Uploading FFmpeg to jessie-backports
andreas.cadhalpun at googlemail.com
Fri Oct 9 19:25:55 UTC 2015
On 08.10.2015 15:12, Bálint Réczey wrote:
> I have prepared the upload in git but ffmpeg have not yet entered
> testing due to making groovebasin somehow uninstallable:
> Since groovebasin is scheduled to be removed this can be solved by
> simply waiting, but also by fixing the issue and also the RC buggy
> dependencies of groovebasin:-)
So groovebasin should have been removed from testing yesterday,
but somehow that didn't happen.
Anyway, I was wondering what ffmpeg had to do with groovebasin
and the dependency situation is:
-> node-groove -> libgroove4 -> libavcodec-ffmpeg56 -> libsnappy1v5
-> node-leveldown -> libsnappy1
libsnappy1v5 conflicts with libsnappy1 (one of the gcc-5 transitions).
This is blocking ffmpeg 2.8 from migrating to testing, because
the version in testing doesn't depend on libsnappy. (It is used for
the new hap decoder.)
node-leveldown still depends on libsnappy1, because it FTBFS (#798162).
The only thing required to fix this would be to package the current
version of node-leveldown (1.4.1) instead of the old 1.0.0.
Thus I'm CC'ing the maintainer of node-leveldown, Andrew Kelley.
Andrew, could you please update the node-leveldown package?
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