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Re: rawhide report: 20070904 changes



2007/9/4, Ralf Corsepius <rc040203 freenet de>:
> On Tue, 2007-09-04 at 15:19 +0200, Hans de Goede wrote:
> > Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> > > On Tue, 2007-09-04 at 07:45 -0500, Mike Chambers wrote:
> > >> On Tue, 2007-09-04 at 05:09 -0400, Build System wrote:
> > >>
> > >>> Broken deps for i386
> > >>> ----------------------------------------------------------
> > >
> > >>>   openalpp - 20060714-3.fc7.i386 requires libOpenThreads.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libosgDB.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libosgFX.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libosgParticle.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libosgProducer.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libosgSim.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libosgGA.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libOpenThreads.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libosgText.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libosg.so.1
> > >>>   osgal - 20060903-3.fc7.i386 requires libosgUtil.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libosgDB.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libosgFX.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libosgParticle.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libosgProducer.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libosgSim.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libosgGA.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libOpenThreads.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libosgText.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libosg.so.1
> > >>>   osgcal - 0.1.44-4.fc7.i386 requires libosgUtil.so.1
> > >>>
> > >> Heh, the two programs above are really getting annoying seeing them on
> > >> the rawhide build email everyday.  Any chance these are getting rebuilt
> > >> or fixed soon?
> > >
> > > osgcal, osgal and openalpp are victims of the OpenSceneGraph-2 API
> > > changes.
> > >
> > > I already had proposed an approach to keep these programs (Downgrade
> > > OpenSceneGraph to OSG-1 and to add an OpenSceneGraph2 package), but
> > > feedback so far had been more or less non-exitant
> > >
> >
> > Thats not completely true, you did get feedback from several people including
> > me, and I agree with Mike that these breakages are getting very annoying and
> > should be fixed soon.
> I am not in a position to fix them. ACLs, conventions
>
> > Let me repeat my solution of when you asked howto downgrade:
> > 1) Make the main OpenSceneGraph package OpenSceneGraph 1.x again, using epoch
> >     to fix version issues.
> Won't help any of the packages, because they would still BR the wrong
> versions. i.e. these packages would not survive a rebuild without manual
> intervention.
>
> > 2) Add a new OpenSceneGraph2 package
> Non-applicable without epoch bump or rel-eng intervening.
>
> > 3) Make the devel's conflict each other if doing an other solution turns out to
> >     be a lot of work.
> The devel packages would Conflict in any case, because the OSG-devel
> packages can't be made installable in parallel without major effort.
>
> > Solved.
> I didn't say it wasn't solvable.
>
> I was hoping for ways to avoid the epoch bump, or the maintainers of the
> packages above would have the insight to acknowledge their packages to
> be dead rsp. them to upgrade them to OSG2.
>
> To me, it doesn't make real sense to keep them.

i have to agree with ralf here. if the librarys are dead upstream and
if they are not brought up to par with the current release of
openscenegraph they might  just vanish. Carrying old obsolete versions
around or downgrading to them is just turning the clock back to an old
state and wont fix or achieve anything besides encouraging
counterproductive behaviour like not updating the projects that
require open scene graph. It was important osg got updated.

regards,
Rudolf Kastl

>
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