python-pip 9.0.x had MIT as License (bundled deps were not mentioned)
python-pip 18.0 now has more enjoyable:
MIT and Python and ASL 2.0 and BSD and ISC and LGPLv2 and MPLv2.0 and
(ASL 2.0 or BSD)
License breakdown is in the specfile.
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I've accumulated another set of package updates for the
sagemath/Macaulay2 set of packages. I would like to build these in
Rawhide in about a week. Here are the proposed changes. Please let
me know of any objections. I believe I have all dependent packages
for the soname bumps on the list to rebuild.
arb: update to 2.14.0
clisp: rebuild due to the pari update
cocoalib: update to 0.99595
eclib: update to 20180710. This is an soname bump (libec.so.3 -> libec.so.4)
flint: rebuild due to the ntl update
giac: rebuild due to the cocoalib, ntl, and pari updates
latte-integrale: rebuild due to the ntl update
linbox: rebuild due to the ntl update
Macaulay2: update to 188.8.131.52
normaliz: rebuild due to the cocoalib update
ntl: update to 11.2.1. This is an soname bump (libntl.so.37 -> libntl.so.38)
pari: update to 2.11.0 (which means that the backport of ellratpoints
is no longer needed). The license of the pari package will change
from GPL+ to GPLv2+. I believe that upstream intended GPLv2+ all
along, but they have now explicitly stated so.
pari-galpol: update to 20180625
pynac: rebuild due to the ntl update
python-cypari2: rebuild due to the pari update
python-cysignals: update to 1.7.2 due to the pari update
sagemath: rebuild due to the arb, eclib, and ntl updates
Singular: rebuild due to the ntl update
Sorry for cross-posting.
As I mentioned in this thread, I want to get libqtxdg updated in
Fedora. However this will affect LxQT.
$ sudo dnf repoquery --whatrequires libqtxdg
Failed to synchronize cache for repo 'fzug-free', disabling.
Last metadata expiration check: 1:31:27 ago on Fri 03 Aug 2018 07:44:54
I see LxQT 0.13.0 has already released. So I updated all the
aforementioned SPEC locally to 0.13.0
Although I know I can file PR one by one to LxQT packages like, but
it would be a huge amount of work. I am already a packager so I am
writing to ask for joining the LxQT SIG so that I can get these into
Fedora after the update of libqtxdg.
P.S. Other specs will be submitted to fork repos later today or tomorrow.
Ziqian SUN (Zamir)
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I would like to request a change of the Packaging Guidelines, advising
packagers not to interpose malloc.
The reasons are:
* We have resources to support glibc malloc, but not for other mallocs.
* Other mallocs do not follow ABI and provide insufficient alignment.
* Choosing a malloc is workload-dependent and forcing a non-default
malloc takes options away from system administrators.
This does not concern other allocators, such as Boehm GC or APR, only
the standard malloc interfaces.
'libsbw' soname will change from 2.11 to 2.12
Just 'COPASI' will need a rebuild, probably.
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