[debian-mysql] Bug#880423: Bug#880423: mariadb-10.3: Stop generating packages for the embedded mariadb-connector-c library?
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Sat Dec 29 15:19:53 GMT 2018
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This issue is still open, as is the upstream issue
I would be happy to review some proof-of-concept how you would
implement this if you can.
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ti 31. lokak. 2017 klo 14.27 Guillem Jover (gjover at sipwise.com) kirjoitti:
> Source: mariadb-10.3
> Source-Version: 10.3.0-0+exp2
> Severity: normal
> While checking the libraries from the mariadb-connector-c project, and
> switching some code to use them, I noticed that the mariadb-server
> embeds them upstream. And in Debian, those library packages are generated
> now (in experimental) from the embedded copies instead of the proper
> upstream mariadb-connector-c source.
> I think this is a bad idea, because (AFAIUI) the mariadb-server
> statically links them anyway, and this would mean that we are tied
> to have whatever mariadb-connector-c version is embedded in one of
> the particular mariadb-server we happen to ship (see #877622, for an
> example of this problem).
> Also there is this upstream report, which I'm not entirely sure can be
> read as a request to unbundle the mariadb-connector-c,
> <https://jira.mariadb.org/projects/CONC/issues/CONC-211> (which I
> think would be the correct thing to do no matter what). But there is
> always the danger of that happening. And for starters that would imply
> having to use an epoch in the mariadb-connector-c version. :(
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