# Michał Górny (2020-03-29)
# Unmaintained, seriously outdated, vulnerable. Multiple bugs reported.
# Stuck on Python 3.6.
# Removal in 30 days. Bug #711702.
-humorixfortunes 20200325-10:09 ulmbcd6fbc8d7f
games-strategy/boswars 20200329-07:54 zlogene809f866cbd2
sci-electronics/gresistor 20200326-23:27 asturm 0eebbcdbdd7
sci-misc/pythoncad 20200326-23:28 asturm 2fa705d977c
For dynamic libraries, infer an implicit DT_SONAME setting from the
file basename, which is consistent with dynamic linking behavior in
practice. This makes it possible to resolve soname dependencies for
musl's libc.so which lacks a DT_SONAME setting.
# Hans de Graaff (2020-03-29)
# Old ruby24-only rails version that is no longer supported upstream
# and has known security issues, including dependencies and slots
# specific to Rails 4.2.
# Migrate to Rails 5.2.
# Masked for removal in 30 days.
# Chí-Thanh Christopher Nguyễn (2020-03-29)
# Old releases gone from upstream, new releases use overly restrictive
# license. For ancient scripts and symbols, use media-fonts/quivira instead.
# For emojis and pictographs, use media-fonts/noto-emoji instead.
# Masked for removal in 30 days, bug
The NDEBUG macro turns the assert() function into a noop. This gives a
small performance boost, but may allow subtle programming errors to go
This code was added back in 2008, when we started passing
-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=None instead of Release or Debug. It probably tries
to mimic a
On Sun, 22 Mar 2020 15:11:23 +0100
"Haelwenn (lanodan) Monnier" wrote:
> I think it might be better to fix bugzilla to be able to send multiple
> attachments at once. AWS S3 might be okay for the long term but I've often
> seen paste services being used and most of them expire in a week/month,
On Mon, 23 Mar 2020 20:27:51 +0200
Joonas Niilola wrote:
> AFAIK all major changes have been posted here and pushed with some delay.
In my experience, "Some delay" is usually short, as developers making
the change are eager to push it through.
But the people maintaining the overlays are much