Headsup new (incompatible) libgnomedb and libgda have hit rawhide
denis at poolshark.org
Sun Jun 3 20:23:25 UTC 2007
Hans de Goede wrote:
> Hi all,
> A bit late, as I was surprised with rawhide switching to F8 mode so
> soon, but here is a headsup, or more a heads after about a big leap in
> the libgda and libgnomedb versions, libgda and libgnomedb in Fedora have
> long been at the 1.9.100 unstable / testing version, as gnumeric needed
> something newer then the latest stable and stopped working with anything
> newer then 1.9.100 .
> However libgda and libgnomedb upstream have finally released a new
> stable version and a contributer has been so good as to provide a patch
> to gnumeric to make gnumeric work with this version.
> So a couple of days ago libgda-3.0.1 and libgnomedb-3.0.0 have hit
> rawhide, together with a gnumeric 1.6.3 update which works with these
> new versions.
> AFAIK gnumeric is the only user, but if not then please fix your
> packages to work with these new stable releases.
The only other users i know of are glom and libgdamm, but both use the
previous 1.2 stable release that is packaged seperately
(compat-libgda-1.2.4). Glom has an unstable branch that works with
libgda 3.0, so i think both glom and libgdamm are likely to move to
libgda 3 before we hit F-8. I'll EOL compat-libgda-1.2.4 when that happens.
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