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2011-11-13 22:17:00 +0100
RC bugs 2011/45
& another mix of various RC bug fixes: applying patches from others, fixing stuff myself, closing obsolete bugs:
  • #634650 – src:xplanet: "xplanet: Please Build-Depends on libjpeg-dev, not libjpeg62-dev"
    do as the bug report requests, upload to DELAYED/2
  • #637936 – libtunepimp: "FTBFS: fatal error: curl/types.h: No such file or directory"
    add patch from peter green, upload to DELAYED/2
  • #639152 – src:csmash: "csmash: Please Build-Depends on libjpeg-dev, not libjpeg62-dev"
    fix build-deps, upload to DELAYED/2
  • #639176 – src:fdm: "fdm: FTBFS: unsatisfiable build-dependency: tdb-dev (>= 1.1.1~svn26294-1.1) (versioned dep on a virtual pkg?)"
    fix build-deps, upload to DELAYED/2, later sponsor maintainer upload
  • #640588 – roundup: "roundup: package purge (after dependencies removal) fails"
    apply patch from Ubuntu / Daniel T Chen, upload to DELAYED/2
  • #640597 – ekeyd: "ekeyd: installation fails"
    fix postinst (check for existence of init script), upload to DELAYED/2
  • #640599 – anon-proxy: "anon-proxy: installation fails: chown: cannot access `/var/run/anon-proxy': No such file or directory"
    apply patch from Ubuntu / Daniel T Chen, upload to DELAYED/2
  • #642689 – src:mailsync: "mailsync: FTBFS: configure: error: a working c-client installation is required for building mailsync"
    apply patch from Ubuntu / Ilya Barygin, upload to DELAYED/2
  • #642721 – src:libcaca: "libcaca: FTBFS: make[4]: *** [refman.pdf] Error 1"
    unreproducible with the newest version neither locally nor on Grid'5000, do a versioned close
  • #642793 – src:tkgate: "tkgate: FTBFS: ERROR: Unable to find library X11"
    apply patch from Ubuntu / Andreas Moog, QA upload
  • #647120 – src:libgeo-proj4-perl: "libgeo-proj4-perl: FTBFS with perl 5.14: CCFLAGS should include $Config{ccflags}"
    add patch from Dominic Hargreaves, upload to DELAYED/2
in somehow related news: the perl 5.14 transition has begun. that also means that the severity of some bug reports was raised, & maybe we'll see some new ones. but it also means these bugs are easier to fix now that perl 5.14 is in unstable.
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