Branching Asterisk for EPEL
jeff at ocjtech.us
Fri Dec 21 14:45:52 UTC 2007
On 12/21/07, Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora at leemhuis.info> wrote:
> On 21.12.2007 05:38, Mike McGrath wrote:
> > Michael Stahnke wrote:
> >> On Dec 20, 2007 1:19 PM, Jeffrey Ollie <jeff at ocjtech.us> wrote:
> >>> I've had a number of requests to branch the Asterisk packages that are
> >>> now (finally) in F-7+ for EL-4 and EL-5. Most of the dependencies
> >>> have been (or soon will be) taken care of. The one problematic package
> >>> is speex. The Asterisk package requires speex version 1.2 which is
> >>> available in Fedora 7 and onwards. However, speex in RHEL5 is at
> >>> version 1.0.5. Would it be acceptable to create a speex12 package in
> >>> EPEL so that Asterisk can be branched? The speex12 package would be
> >>> for EL-4 and EL-5 only since RHEL6 will presumably provide speex 1.2
> >>> itself.
> >> Can a bug be filed with RHEL and have them bump/backport the required
> >> features for Speex in a future update?
> > If possible, I think this is the best route. Won't hurt to try it.
> +1 -- but that could take a while. If it takes to long or if it looks
> like it won't happen then I'd we should consider to ship a newer speex.
> But we should never ever disturb the RH bits, thus the speex libs should
> not be in the default dynamic linker path, as then other packagers
> linked against speex might use it (or has it a differnt .so name?) .
Yeah, I haven't looked at the code yet, but I was hoping that it would
be relatively easy to make a speex12 package that would be parallel
installable with the RHEL speex package and you would need to
-lspeex12 instead of -lspeex.
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