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2016-11-13 23:23:22 +0100
RC bugs 2016/40-45

time for a quick update, I guess. here's the list of release-critical bugs in debian I've worked on during the last couple of weeks.

  • #825608 – libnet-jifty-perl: "libnet-jifty-perl: FTBFS: t/006-uploads.t failure"
    patch test for compatibility with newer Encode, not uploaded in the end because the problem is more likely in the code (pkg-perl)
  • #826192 – libmath-gsl-perl: "libmath-gsl-perl: FTBFS with GSL 2"
    import new upstream release (pkg-perl)
  • #828386 – src:libcrypt-openssl-pkcs12-perl: "libcrypt-openssl-pkcs12-perl: FTBFS with openssl 1.1.0"
    sponsor upload with upstream patch (pkg-perl)
  • #828388 – src:libcrypt-openssl-x509-perl: "libcrypt-openssl-x509-perl: FTBFS with openssl 1.1.0"
    cherry-pick 2 commits from upstream git repo (pkg-perl)
  • #828389 – src:libcrypt-smime-perl: "libcrypt-smime-perl: FTBFS with openssl 1.1.0"
    import new upstream release (pkg-perl)
  • #828408 – src:libpoe-filter-ssl-perl: "libpoe-filter-ssl-perl: FTBFS with openssl 1.1.0"
    use openssl 1.0.2, & downgrade severity (pkg-perl)
  • #830280 – src:libfurl-perl: "libfurl-perl: accesses the internet during build"
    disable DNS queries during build (pkg-perl)
  • #834730 – src:libdist-zilla-plugins-cjm-perl: "libdist-zilla-plugins-cjm-perl: FTBFS: Failed 1/9 test programs. 2/126 subtests failed."
    add patch from CPAN RT (pkg-perl)
  • #839200 – libcpanplus-perl: "libcpanplus-perl: FTBFS: Failed test 'Cwd has correct version in report'"
    add patch from upstream git (pkg-perl)
  • #839505 – src:mongodb: "mongodb: FTBFS: Tests failures"
    propose a possible solution
  • #839580 – src:request-tracker4: "request-tracker4: FTBFS in testing (failed tests)"
    prepare a workaround patch
  • #839987 – libcompress-raw-lzma-perl: "libcompress-raw-lzma-perl: Version Mismatch due to new src:xz-utils"
    patch out version check at runtime (pkg-perl)
  • #840479 – src:libdbd-firebird-perl: "libdbd-firebird-perl: FTBFS: not found"
    versioned close (pkg-perl)
  • #840980 – libperinci-sub-normalize-perl: "libperinci-sub-normalize-perl: FTBFS: Can't locate Sah/Schema/rinci/ in @INC"
    add new (build) dependency, after packaging it (pkg-perl)
  • #841545 – src:liborlite-perl: "liborlite-perl: FTBFS: Tests failures"
    fix sqlite commands (pkg-perl)
  • #841562 – src:libvideo-fourcc-info-perl: "libvideo-fourcc-info-perl: FTBFS: dh_auto_build: perl Build returned exit code 255"
    fix sqlite commands (pkg-perl)
  • #841573 – src:libdbix-class-perl: "libdbix-class-perl: FTBFS: Tests failures"
    patch test suite as recommended by upstream (pkg-perl)
  • #842460 – libplack-middleware-csrfblock-perl: "libplack-middleware-csrfblock-perl: FTBFS: missing dependencies on HTML::Parser"
    add missing (build) dependency (pkg-perl)
  • #842462 – libweb-simple-perl: "libweb-simple-perl: FTBFS: Can't locate HTTP/ in @INC"
    add missing (build) dependency (pkg-perl)
  • #842722 – src:kgb-bot: "kgb-bot: FTBFS (failing tests)"
    fix version comparison in test
  • #843704 – libnet-pcap-perl: "libnet-pcap-perl: FTBFS: t/09-error.t fails with newer libpcap"
    add patch from CPAN RT (pkg-perl)
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