Latest upstream release: 0.19.0
Current version/release in rawhide: 0.18.12-1.fc29
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Based on the information from anitya: https://release-monitoring.org/project/1709/
LibRaw-0.19.0 is now in rawhide, but unfortunately, it breaks API a bit, there's at least a few packages that now fail to build, including:
Frustrating. I did not intend to build this until after I'd gone through full build tests of LibRaw's dependencies on my rawhide VM.
Any objection to backing out back to 0.18 in the meantime then?
I'd rather fix the builds. I'm more than willing to do the work to fix things, but I can't install or update packages on my rawhide VM.
Ping, things are still broken, and F29 Beta freeze is upon us.
So, we could in theory back this out for F29 still; we'd have to re-re-build the source packages for all of these:
and this would require a freeze exception. Otherwise, KDE has busted components...
A candidate fix was posted today that appears to work as advertised,
patched builds underway
Thank you Rex! I think that's all that needed fixing, yes?
Fedora 29 shipped with LibRaw-0.19.0. Closing.