[arch-dev-public] [signoff] tcp_wrappers rebuild bonanza
tobias.powalowski at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 19 02:13:32 EDT 2011
Am 19.07.2011 08:01, schrieb Eric Bélanger:
> On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 7:28 PM, Dave Reisner <d at falconindy.com> wrote:
>> 5 packages in core were affected by this:
>> Note that we still have 2 packages in extra to get this rebuild
>> completed -- archboot and openldap, before we can do the viking funeral
>> for tcp_wrappers.
> I checked out archboot for the rebuild but the archboot scripts
> themselves refers to tcp_wrappers. Ultimately, I decided to let Tobias
> or someone else handle it. Anyway, I don't think that many people use
> archboot on a regular basis.
> The split libldap/openldap package is finally done and in testing. :)
> Because, in addition to the tcp_wrapper support removal, it also has
> an upstream update (of 2 minor versions) and important changes and
> improvements, I would like specific signoffs for libldap/openldap to
> make sure everything works fine.
> BTW, when you'll move it to core, it might be better to do a db-remove
> on the libldap in core and openldap in extra before moving the package
> out of testing. I'm not sure how well the dbscripts will handle a
> combined split-PKGBUILD and repo-switch combination.
> List of changes to libldap/openldap package:
> - Upstream update
> - Combine libldap and openldap in a splitted PKGBUILD
> - Update ntlm.patch so it applies
> - Remove tcp_wrappers support
> - Fix permissions on libldap libraries
> - Change run directory from /var/lib/openldap/run to /run
> - Move unix ldapi socket to /run (close FS#21051)
> - Change libexecdir to /usr/lib
> - Enable slapd overlays (close FS#14598)
> - PKGBUILD cleanup
>> Signoff both arches,
I would just push a rebuild without tcp_wrappers in depends.
The rest I fix on next archboot release.
Archlinux Developer & Package Maintainer (tpowa)
tpowa at archlinux.org
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