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Re: Massrebuilds for GCC 4.3 coming soon to a buildsystem near you!



On Mon, 18 Feb 2008 00:57:30 +0000 (UTC)
Kevin Kofler <kevin kofler chello at> wrote:

> Jesse Keating <jkeating <at> redhat.com> writes:
> > We're also still discussing a way to allow maintainers to opt-out of an
> > autorebuild.
> 
> Well, here's 2 exclusion requests with rationale:
> 
> * qt (Qt 3, I hope this is fixed in qt4 already, needs checking): 
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=433235
> Qt plugins are identified with a "build key" intended to guarantee matching 
> ABIs between the plugin and the application loading the plugin. Unfortunately, 
> if Qt is built with GCC 4.3, plugins currently end up with "g++-3.*" instead 
> of "g++-4.*" in their build key, which breaks binary compatibility. I'd really 
> like this to get fixed before a Qt built with GCC 4.3 ends up in the repo 
> (again, Rex Dieter untagged the current one).

Blacklisted.

> 
> * knetworkmanager: The knetworkmanager in CVS is a snapshot of the 
> KNetworkManager port to NM 0.7 which is still very incomplete, so it was 
> untagged, the one we have in Rawhide now is a metapackage which shouldn't need 
> a rebuild anyway. Rebuilding from CVS would mean reintroducing the unstable 
> snapshot.

Blacklisted.

Please send these kinds of requests to rel-eng so they don't get lost.

josh


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