[Mageia-dev] Upcoming release freeze: 14 packages needs fixing, by Sunday
cjw at daneel.dyndns.org
Tue Apr 9 11:03:44 CEST 2013
On Mon, 8 Apr 2013, Juergen Harms wrote:
> On 04/06/2013 06:35 AM, andre999 wrote:
>> did a little research to hopefully help a bit, on packages still in the
>> ( used http://rpmfind.net/linux/ )
> See bugzilla: https://bugs.mageia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7825
> Looks like an incompatibilty between the object gcc (which is now 4.7.2) and
> the target gcc (the specfile still pulls in 4.6.2).
> To make cross-avr-gcc build
> - cross-avr-binutils (which is used as a dependency) must be rebuilt
> to use binutils-2.23 (the present cross-avr-binutils uses 2.20),
2.23.2 I guess?
> - cross-avr-gcc must be re-built to use gcc-4.7.2 (and some tweeks - see
> bugzilla 7825)
We don't really have a choice here (:
> I have locally made such a build and successfully use it in production
> for building the software for my AVR cpus (attached my specfile = attachment
> The reasons why I did not submit my local build are that there are some
> serious rpmlint warnings (serious at least for cross-avr-binutils: complaints
> about the use of hardlinks) which I did not manage to get rid of - but also
> that I did not want to interfere with the work of the maintainer.
The current package has the same rpmlint warnings so you don't need to fix
this right now INHO. The hardlinks are only a problem when /usr/bin is on
a different filesystem than /usr. I don't actually maintain these
packages so you will likely end up being the maintainer.
avr-libc doesn't need to be updated?
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