[packman] XBMC fix

Malcolm malcolmlewis at cableone.net
Tue Aug 27 14:53:25 CEST 2013

On Tue 27 Aug 2013 01:49:46 PM CDT, Guillaume Gardet wrote:

>Le 27/08/2013 13:31, Malcolm a écrit :
>> On Tue 27 Aug 2013 12:25:23 PM CDT, Guillaume Gardet wrote:
>>>> It is _not_ libgpg-error-related. The problem arises from
>>>> libmysqlclient. There has been a security update for MySQL some
>>>> three weeks ago, which seems to have an odd behavior while
>>>> installing. This does happen on 12.2 both archs, and both 12.3 and
>>>> Tumbelweed, i586 only.
>>>> I am trying to find time today to confirm the setup error and
>>>> (hopefully) file a bugzilla error against the security update.
>>>> I'll keep you posted.
>>> Ok, thanks for the hint.
>>> Maybe you could accept this SR to get most builds working and then,
>>> investigate on gpg-error/mysqlclient error and submit a fix when/if
>>> we find one.
>>> Guillaume
>> Hi
>> Is that a really good idea, just to push it out when there is a known
>> issue? Plus I see from the spec file that post build checks are
>> disabled, that's not good form.
>I think that partial build is better than no build at all, which is
>the current state.
>Moreover, if my patch is merged, someone else could work on a fix for
>other problems or enhancements.
>What do you mean by "post build checks are disabled" ?
This entry;

BuildRequires:  -post-build-checks

Does it build without this?

Cheers Malcolm °¿° (Linux Counter #276890)
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