[packman] Why do we build libcaca ?
pascal.bleser at opensuse.org
Fri Feb 25 21:13:30 CET 2011
On 2011-02-25 20:43:04 (+0100), Pascal Bleser <pascal.bleser at opensuse.org> wrote:
> Is there a specific reason why we build libcaca in our
> repository ? (currently in Essentials)
> We build 0.99.beta17
> 11.4 has 0.99.beta17
> 11.3 has 0.99.beta16
> 11.2 has 0.99.beta16
> 11.1 has 0.99.beta13b
> There is no "special" dependency in it, so there is no
> "uncrippling" reason to build it ourselves.
> Is it just because < 11.4 have older versions ?
> If so, wouldn't it be okay to build against 0.99.beta16 on 11.3
> and 11.2 ? (rather than introducing an upgrade side-effect in
> Please let me know if there is a good reason of having the
> latest in our repository (other than the above, in which case I
> will only build libcaca for 11.1 and SLE_11 :)).
Actually, I decided to go forward and disabled building libcaca
in our repository for everything except Evergreen_11.1 and
SLE_11 (which have really old versions in the distro, although
even there, I wonder whether we shouldn't use the distro's
version except if it makes the build fail for MPlayer etc..)
Affected packages that depend on libcaca:
They all build just fine.
If, again, you think we should use the latest libcaca as a dependency for those
packages above, please let me know or re-enable it for that distribution
version yourself. Please make sure it's a good reason though, let's avoid
package upgrading side-effects on dependencies unless really needed.
-o) Pascal Bleser <pascal.bleser at opensuse.org>
/\\ http://opensuse.org -- I took the green pill
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