[Pkg-citadel-devel] Bug#828267: Bug#828267: reopen, it is still valid
Sebastian Andrzej Siewior
sebastian at breakpoint.cc
Sun Dec 11 14:37:02 UTC 2016
control: merge -1 846543
On 2016-12-11 09:54:42 [+0100], Michael Meskes wrote:
> What are you trying to do here? Reopen 828267 and merge with itself?
> There is no other bug mentioned. What do I miss?
Yeah. Not very smart. I intended to merge it with 846543.
> > from the change  you use say that a compatible API is used but the
> > CFLAG change makes no sense. This is probably a miss understanding.
> Care to explain? The CFLAG change did make the package compile, install
> and run, so why reopen the bug?
The bug was created and it was mentioned that this package needs changes in
order to get it compiled against the new openssl ABI which is in experimental.
Your upload of the "fixed" package was performed on 2016-10-30 and was built
against openssl 1.0.2. So even if you would have done nothing, your package
would been built successfully *but* against a 1.0.2. The test should have been
done against the version in experimental.
On 2016-11-01 openssl 1.1.0 was uploaded to unstable. From this point in time
your package would have fail to build. So I *think* the change in the CFLAGS
is a nop.
> > You
> > have two choices:
> > ...
> Says who? Again, without any explanation as to why, I don't see any
> reason to act.
So the bug was created because the package did not compile against openssl
1.1.0 and now #846543 was created which mostly a dupe of this one.
That means you have a valid RC bug which should be solved in order to get this
package ready for the release and I mentioned two options people are doing.
Most of what I wrote is from the transition bug #827061. The libssl1.0-dev is
provided by openssl 1.0.2 and is intended to provide the 1.0.2 API for package
which can't be fixed in time for release.
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