The axis2c package doesn't build against httpd 2.4, and since it is
effectively subsumed by one of wso2-wsf-cpp's sub-packages, wso2-axis2,
I think it would be better to just retire it. Nothing appears to depend
on that package, but if someone wants to take it for some reason then
please let me know so I can release ownership.
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On Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 20:21:10 GMT, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
> The mass rebuild has completed and been tagged back into rawhide, they
> should appear in tomorrow's rawhide compose.=20
> 11057 packages were successfully rebuilt.=20
> 656 packages failed to rebuild.=20
> Please fix any packages you maintain that failed to rebuild.=20
Updated without looking at new deps. RRs filed.
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Since March 2012 can be built with --enable-opencl (see this -
http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTEwMTE ) so maybe
it's time to enable it in Fedora? Actually I really don't know what's
the status of OpenCL support in Nouveay/Radeon drivers - according to
various Phoronix articles some work was already done and some patches
still have to be merged. Could someone summarize the current status of
OpenCL support in the drivers as well as in the high-level libraries?
With best regards, Peter Lemenkov.
Last night I updated libdbi from 0.8.3 to 0.8.4, without paying much
attention since a tarball diff showed that upstream hadn't done anything
except update the configure script and supporting files. However, this
morning the broken-deps script whinged about it. Looking more closely,
it appears that the new script causes it to build "libdbi.so.1.0.0"
instead of "libdbi.so.0.0.0". Given that the upstream major version
number has not changed, it seems to me this is bogus and the package
should continue to use "0" as the soname major version.
So I'll fix that later today. If you got a broken-deps gripe for one
of the dependent packages, please *do not* rebuild.
apologies, tom lane