[Mageia-dev] [changelog] cauldron core/release gdm-3.2.1-1.mga2
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Wed Oct 19 17:39:20 CEST 2011
'Twas brillig, and Colin Guthrie at 19/10/11 13:45 did gyre and gimble:
> 'Twas brillig, and Jani Välimaa at 19/10/11 10:38 did gyre and gimble:
>> 2011/10/19 Colin Guthrie <mageia at colin.guthr.ie>:
>>> 'Twas brillig, and Mageia Team at 19/10/11 07:26 did gyre and gimble:
>>>> Name : gdm Relocations: (not relocatable)
>>>> Version : 3.2.1 Vendor: Mageia.Org
>>>> Release : 1.mga2 Build Date: Wed Oct 19 08:18:14 2011
>>>> Install Date: (not installed) Build Host: ecosse
>>>> Group : Graphical desktop/GNOME Source RPM: (none)
>>>> Size : 1702567 License: GPLv2+
>>>> Signature : (none)
>>>> Packager : Mageia Team <http://www.mageia.org>
>>>> URL : http://www.gnome.org/projects/gdm/
>>>> Summary : The GNOME Display Manager
>>>> Description :
>>>> Gdm (the GNOME Display Manager) is a highly configurable
>>>> reimplementation of xdm, the X Display Manager. Gdm allows you to log
>>>> into your system with the X Window System running and supports running
>>>> several different X sessions on your local machine at the same time.
>>>> wally <wally> 3.2.1-1.mga2:
>>>> + Revision: 156474
>>>> - new version 3.2.1
>>>> - create own subpackage for gir .typelib
>>>> - clean .spec a bit
>>> For packages that have a pretty high impact, you probably should test it
>>> before updating.
>>> In this case 3.2.1 introduces a new dconf system which totally breaks if
>>> you don't do some %post stuff to update the actual data file.
>>> These instructions were clearly documented and if you'd tested the
>>> package even minimally, you'd have seen the problem and no doubt found
>>> this commit quickly (I saw the problem, did a temporary fix), logged in,
>>> looked in git and found the commit immediately and then fixed the spec
>>> So please in future, be considerate and test these packages before
>>> pushing otherwise you'll get a lot of unhappy users who cannot log in!
>> Sorry, my bad. I'll do more thorough testing next time. I did read
>> NEWS and all, but didn't notice anything "abnormal" so I didn't test
>> the pkg enough.
>> Luckily you were awake and fixed package pretty fast. Thx for that.
> Yeah I've asked Ray on IRC to add a bit more info about that change (it
> should have been in NEWS IMO)...
Just for reference, I spoke to Ray a bit and it seems the whole
mechanism is a bit rubbish (he says so himself) and will change soon, so
we should keep our eyes open for the next release and any changes it brings.
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