Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 805246
please update mygui to new version 3.2
Last modified: 2013-04-07 12:11:17 EDT
Description of problem:
mygui version in Fedora repo is over a year old, please update to new 3.2 version
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
I should have this done in rawhide tonight, but maybe not before the compose for tomorrow. Ogre is also getting updated to 1.7.4.
Assuming this stuff goes well, I do the update in f17 soon.
f16 is more iffy. Unless there is some concrete benefit, I don't want to do a soname bump there.
I have had a set back. 3.2 isn't building. I think it is because some function implementations are getting inlined and aren't available to other parts of the package compiled separately.
For now I am going to try to make sure 3.0 rebuilds with ogre 1.7.4.
I'd still like to get the updated version in to f17 before release, but I may not end up having enough time to do it, as I have some other packages that need updating as well.
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MyGUI 3.2 is in F19 and won't get backported to F18. There is still a problem with the packaging of 3.2 libraries.