vendor-sec restricted... *gasp*
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Guys, please test if you have some time left, but the patches should apply cleanly anyways.
Quick change of platform in bugzilla. Sorry about the email.
no release date yet.
Thx carlo. Are these patches fetched from upstream public svn?
PPC64 good: all four packages build and run fine with patches being applied.
there is no testcase, is there?
Looks good on hppa and ppc.
Looks good on x86
Did any of you who successfully built koffice have postgres support enabled? I got what looked like a parallel make build failure the first time (second attempt is running as we speak)?
All of the others build find on SPARC
Looks good on amd64. If there are any test cases I would be happy to test but no problems compiling or using the apps as normal. Didn't notice any parallel build issues but I don't have postgres support on this system.
koffice built correctly the second time around
(In reply to comment #10)
> Thx carlo. Are these patches fetched from upstream public svn?
The patches are made by Dirk Mueller and made available via the kde-packager mailing list, but the code is in svn as well - so I am free to commit!?
(In reply to comment #14)
> Did any of you who successfully built koffice have postgres support enabled? I
> got what looked like a parallel make build failure the first time (second
> attempt is running as we speak)?
I do, but only -j2, so it's not that likely I catch such an issue.
(In reply to comment #15)
> Looks good on amd64. If there are any test cases I would be happy to test but
> no problems compiling or using the apps as normal.
At least none available to me and I'm too lazy to create one.
Carlo, if the code is in public svn you are free to commit, but only mention the bug number and this bug will stay restricted until the issue is public.
O.k. Knock on wood, that this is the last xpdf issue for at least a year.
Thx Carlo. I only think it is reasonable to believe that this is the last round at least this year:-)
Arch Security Liaisons please test and mark stable. Only mention bug number so far.
Stable on amd64 too.
stable on ppc64
SPARCy SPARC and the stable bunch
stable on alpha