pls see bug 151838 for details and check/fix the package if needed
ok... i have tried to get a comment from amd64 on the other bug before, pinged people in #-dev a long while ago...
well... CC'ing amd64, pls validate
baselibs, qtlibs and gtklibs need new versions. I'll try to see if I can do it next weekend if herbs doesn't get to it first.
I personally have no clue on how the package is built these days, sorry :-/
Should remove myself from metadata.xml i suppose :-)
tester, any news on this one?
hmpf... it has been over a month now
has there been any progress here?
I've got emul-linux-x86-qtlibs-10.0 ready. The SRC_URI files are uploading right now, so I can commit the the ebuild in ~4h.
Uhm, actually, not quite yet, as this also needs a new baselibs which is quite some work, but "we're working on it".
(In reply to comment #8)
> Uhm, actually, not quite yet, as this also needs a new baselibs which is quite
> some work, but "we're working on it".
10.0 is in the tree, marked ~amd64. Since it required a complete rebuild of ~40 packages, I'd like to wait a bit before stablizing it, I'm almost sure something broke. It's not like a few more days would hurt after 3 1/2 months anyway...
Alright, it worked out a lot better then I expected it to, so emul-linux-x86-qtlibs-10.0 which fixes the issue is marked stable on amd64 now.
Updating these ebuilds seems to have broken the other emul-linux-x86-* ebuilds that are still putting things in /emul.
I had to update emul-linux-x86-sdl and emul-linux-x86-gtklibs to the ~arch versions that put everything in /lib32 and /usr/lib32 or their libraries weren't being detected and revdep-rebuild was spitting out missing library errors.
(In reply to comment #12)
> Updating these ebuilds seems to have broken the other emul-linux-x86-* ebuilds
> that are still putting things in /emul.
Thanks for catching that, I had this mix installed thus it worked fine. I just marked all the latest emul-packages stable so everything goes to (/usr)/lib32.
Thanks to all the developers and testers :)
it's A2 or B2 so it merits a GLSA.
this was GLSA 200703-06
so let's close it :)