[Pkg-citadel-devel] Bug#828267: Bug#828267: reopen, it is still valid

Michael Meskes meskes at debian.org
Sun Dec 11 20:07:14 UTC 2016

> > 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.

So there is already 846543 to track this problem. I don't really see
the point in reopening 828267 and then merging it, but ok. 

> > 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 

Sure, because there was no 1.1.0 to build against for unstable.

> package
> would been built successfully *but* against a 1.0.2. The test should
> have been
> done against the version in experimental.

Actually I did, but apparently something went wrong. 

> 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
> is a nop.

It definitely is, at the very least because it contains a copy&paste
error, sigh. 

> 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.

Thus it would have worked to use that 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.

Sorry, wasn't precise enough it seems. I was wondering why you left out
the third possible option, namely the compatibility API in libssl 1.1.

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