Multimedia applications such as qtractor are tripping over librdf...
The error message comes from when starting the application:
Warning: Unable to create "trees" RDF storage.
Performance can be improved by upgrading librdf.
This message appears to come from redland sources...
This is not as easy as it sounds. openoffice.org depends on these packages and a rebuild of these libraries will require a rebuild of openoffice.org (among with other packages). Certain fellows with slow connections get mad when there are such minor updates in huge packages.
If you can convince the openoffice.org maintainers for a rebuild then we might consider the update. Otherwise, these updates will be part of F-13 and above
(In reply to comment #1)
I have closed this bug and created bug request 565329 for the attention of openoffice maintainers.
The deference of the update hits those multimedia apps using new LV2 plugin interface.
To be honest there is no reason for users not to upgrade to a faster connection. I don't know about USA but in Europe the high-speed links are priced cheaper because the suppliers want to retire the older technology.
Ultimately redland is still what needs to be updated first, so let's keep this open as well.
Well, that's the problem. New redland needs new rasqal>=0.9.16. That's where the ABI breaks.
If I understand this correctly Redland introduced an ABI and API change in rasqal 0.9.16 which is not backwards compatible.
Should redland have renaned the version to rasqal2 so that both API versions could co-exist side-by-side?
Seems a duplicate of https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=496323
I notice that openoffice 3.2 is compiled aggainst redland 1.0.10 in fc13.
Is it not time that openoffice is updated in fc12?
This we could update the multi-media apps on fc12...
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Backporting openoffice.org 3.2 to fc12 would be a nice touch before support for fc12 is dropped....
Sorry, but at this stage of the F12 support cycle, any upgrade of this type (both the requested Redland stack update and any OO.o feature upgrade) is basically not going to happen anymore. (We're supposed to be very conservative during the last month of support, e.g. new packages are no longer allowed.)
*** Bug 610181 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***