I'm deeply sorry I will have to retire yap package because:
It crashes on i686 after updating GCC to 7
Last stable version is 7 years old (we have it in Fedora).
Last development version is 4 years old (Jerry James tried to update
but it does not work with non-lazy linking) and it fails on i686 too <https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=18014527>.
Upstream does not respond
<https://sourceforge.net/p/yap/mailman/message/35663387/> and playing
with the code reveals other bugs like signed interger overflows or
linkage failure with disabled optimizations because of wrong inlining.
Finally I don't understand the code especially the stack-based
The only reverse dependency is ppl where the yap support is optional.
If there is nobody who wants to adopt the yap, I will retire it in
I get this doing 'fedpkg update':
fedora.client.bodhi.BodhiClientException: Unable to create update.
It's unclear what authentication is required, but I have a valid ssh
key and live Kerberos key, so I'm not sure what else it needs ...
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