Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1014174
Port libopensync-plugin-irmc to the latest openobex library
Last modified: 2016-07-19 16:17:40 EDT
Description of problem:
This package has a build dependency on openobex library. openobex was rebased to
the latest version in Fedora rawhide and the change was announced on fedora-devel
list 2 weeks in advance before the rebase. The new version of library has a
changed API, therefore your package now does not build against it in rawhide.
Please port this package to the latest openobex library version available in rawhide ASAP to resolve build issues.
Heads Up from fedora-devel:
Actually I have read the mail on devel list. However, I currently have no time to take a deeper look in what needs to be done to get libopensync-plugin-irmc to build again or better to get it ported to latest openobex. I don't see that upstream is likely to contribute to this as well.
(In reply to Andreas Bierfert from comment #1)
> Actually I have read the mail on devel list. However, I currently have no
> time to take a deeper look in what needs to be done to get
> libopensync-plugin-irmc to build again or better to get it ported to latest
> openobex. I don't see that upstream is likely to contribute to this as well.
Thank you for your response. I can understand that you don't have time and
now I know about it. I just wanted to know that you are still out there.
Koji is regularly spamming me because of broken dependencies, therefore I
was trying to urge this.
Sure no problem. I will see if I can get a hand on this before the year is out and about...
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This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 22 development cycle.
Changing version to '22'.
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