[packman] vlc 2.0

Pascal Bleser pascal.bleser at opensuse.org
Thu Apr 5 16:45:43 CEST 2012

On 2012-04-05 15:54:17 (+0200), Christian <chris at computersalat.de> wrote:
> Am 05.04.2012 15:06, schrieb Cristian Morales Vega:
> >On 5 April 2012 08:16, Pascal Bleser<pascal.bleser at opensuse.org>  wrote:
> >>Hence I had to package a few things only for SLE_11, SLE-11-SP2,
> >>and sometimes for Evergreen_11.1 or 11.2 in order to have all
> >>the dependencies (those packages are named libxxx-for-sle or
> >>libxxx-for-older-than-11.4, etc... in Essentials).
> >libmatroska-for-older-than-11.4, libebml-for-older-than-11.4,
> >lash-for-sle and fluidsynth-for-sle were building against *every*
> >version. I disabled the build to what I understood the name meant
> >("older-than-11.4" includes both SLE_11 and SLE-11-SP2?) and wiped the
> >binaries.

> >Unrelated... why are we building against both SLE_11 and SLE-11-SP2?
> >Every binary compiled against SLE_11 should work with SLE-11-SP2.
> right.
> I would prefer to remove SLE-11-SP2
> and would change SLE_11 to:

> <repository name="SLE_11">
> <path repository="standard" project="openSUSE.org:SUSE:SLE-11:SP1"/>
> <arch>x86_64</arch>
> <arch>i586</arch>
> </repository>

Henne added SLE-11-SP2. And why go with SP1 if we can go with SP2 ?

I mean, this compatibility thing is only half true: e.g. SP2
ships with Qt >= 4.8, while "SP0" doesn't.

I wouldn't mind, less distros to build against means less pain,
and dropping old ones even more so.

  -o) Pascal Bleser
  /\\ http://opensuse.org -- we haz green
 _\_v http://fosdem.org   -- we haz conf
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