[Fwd: fatal error: audacious/util.h: No such file or directory]

Bilal Akhtar bilalakhtar at ubuntu.com
Fri Apr 15 21:30:24 UTC 2011

Hi Mehdi and others,

Thanks for notifying! I'll look into the issue tomorrow and am confident
about a resolution this weekend.

Thanks again,

Bilal Akhtar.

On 04/16/2011 12:25 AM, Mehdi Dogguy wrote:
> On 04/12/2011 06:36 PM, Benjamin Drung wrote:
>> Audacious is now under the hood of the Debian Multimedia Maintainers.
> hum... adding to CC: folks marked as Uploaders for audacious.
> are there any news here?
>> -------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht --------
>> Von: Mehdi Dogguy<mehdi at dogguy.org>
>> An: audacious at packages.debian.org
>> Betreff: fatal error: audacious/util.h: No such file or directory
>> Datum: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 10:56:27 +0200
>> Hi.
>> It seems that audacious 2.4.4-1 misses some files in audacious-dev.
>> Specifically, I don't see "audacious/util.h" and "audacious/output.h",
>> although they are present in the source package.
>> Maybe this was intended, but it's causing some packages to FTBFS (see
>> list below). I didn't try to bring them back in the package to see
>> it's enough to let other packages build... but can you please tell me if
>> those are part of a deprecated API thrown away by upstream (and that's
>> why they are not installed), or simply because they were forgotten at
>> some point?
>> This change introduced this list of FTBFSes:
>>    http://bugs.debian.org/620915
>>    http://bugs.debian.org/620917
>>    http://bugs.debian.org/620918
>>    http://bugs.debian.org/620919
>> Those failures are preventing audacious and libmowgli from migrating to
>> testing.
>> Regards,

Bilal Akhtar - Ubuntu Developer <bilalakhtar at ubuntu.com>
IRC nick: cdbs

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