On Wed, Mar 07, 2018 at 05:13:57AM -0500, Frediano Ziglio wrote: > > > > Hey, > > > > On Wed, Mar 07, 2018 at 01:56:20AM -0500, Frediano Ziglio wrote: > > > > > > > > From spice-gtk b312ca08 commit: > > > > " At the moment: > > > > - Fedora 26 has 2.52 > > > > - Fedora 25 has 2.50 > > > > - Fedora 24 has 2.48 > > > > - CentOS 7 has 2.46 > > > > - Debian 9 has 2.50" > > > > > > > > RHEL6 only have 2.28, but glib 2.32 is only used in a test case at the > > > > moment. > > > > > > Well... or is supported or is not supported, in the > > > past we changed requirements for specific tests, I would > > > follow that style. > > > > > > Honestly... if you send a patch saying that we stop RHEL6 support > > > I'll ack in 2 ms! > > > > In my opinion, we don't have to try very hard to support RHEL6 in the > > 0.14 branch. > > > > Christophe > > > > Or is supported or not, there's not try. If you need 2.32 functions > on spice-server is not supported, if you need 2.32 functions on a > specific test that specific test can disable the checks. > This patch won't allow RHEL6 to compile spice-server so is dropping > RHEL6 support. People will have to patch the build in order to > build spice-server. > > As I said an ack to this patch requires explicit agreement of > the support drop. I agree! Just have to be explicit.
I would say it's ok if this does not build out of the box, if we can avoid breaking rhel6 too much, even better ;) Christophe
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