On Dec 15, 2007 5:35 PM, Tom spot Callaway <tcallawa(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Sat, 2007-12-15 at 17:32 -0800, Chris Weyl wrote:
> Soooo.... Lo and behold, Class::MOP 0.49 is out with significant
> speedups. Moose is also out with 0.33. Unfortunately, the new
> Class::MOP breaks Moose < 0.33, and Moose 0.33 breaks on Class::MOP <
> 0.49. The XS speedups in Class::MOP are on the order of 45% in terms
> of class load time for Moose.
> This gives rise to a question of how to build new versions of 2 (or
> more) packages that are mutually dependent on each other?
> Unfortunately this isn't just a matter of building and then tagging
> both builds in bodhi. My understanding is that new builds will not
> build against testing (and I wouldn't want to break Moose in testing
> in any case). I poked around in the wiki but if the answer is in
> there, it successfully kept itself from me.
Just build the new Moose, then email rel-eng and ask them to override
tag it into the buildroot. Then, wait for the repodata to regenerate
(hour or so), then rebuild the new Class::MOP.
When that's done, push them both as a combined update in bodhi.
Gotcha, though I'll have to build Class::MOP first or the Moose tests
will bomb. (unless I'm missing something).
Won't this break Moose and anything Moose-based in the buildroots
until both updates are pushed to stable? In this case, it's just
updates of perl-MooseX-* I'm concerned with. Not a huge deal, just
want to make sure I know what I'm doing here :)
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