[sane-devel] More Proposed Upgrades
paddy-hack at member.fsf.org
Mon Sep 28 12:39:51 UTC 2015
I've pushed a few new Proposed Upgrades (PU) to my GitLab clone.
I know that there are some restrictions on what can go in at this point
but I will leave that to the discretion of whomever merges them. Apart
from the first PU, I am fine with everything getting bumped to the "one
after 1.0.25" release.
- pu/update-ukrainian-translation: patch recently posted to the list and
should go in, really.
I am not certain how and when the po/*.po get synced with the latest
source code. I also couldn't find anything in doc/releases.txt about
it but it is nice for translators to have up-to-date comments linking
to the exact line in the sources. A `make -C po update` should do.
- pu/make-sequence-point-warnings-go-away: educated guesses at "fixing"
these kind of issues. I cannot test and have not tested whether this
breaks anything. Representative sample code matches the behaviour of
- pu/add-avahi-locking-313921-314696-315044: addresses multi-threading
concerns raised in 313921 and possibly fixes the other two bugs. If
this can go in, the reporter of 314696 can test.
- pu/fix-snmp-configure: compiler and linker flags were passed on to
every compilation/linking invocation. That made *everything* depend
on libsnmp (and may have caused issues with preprocessor options).
I found this when chasing down why the compile command-line still
mentioned -I/usr/local/include after 07d8b48 should have made that go
away fixing 315060. In my build setup, snmp-configure happily put it
back in ...
# This PU needs an autofoo sync.
Hope this helps,
Olaf Meeuwissen, LPIC-2 FSF Associate Member since 2004-01-27
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