nepomuk-core needs unreleased Soprano
trueg at kde.org
Wed May 30 09:33:14 UTC 2012
what is a "bus number"?
As for the tcpclient fix: that is perfectly fine. Nobody should be using
that anyway, and if they are they are doing something wrong.
On 05/30/2012 10:24 AM, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> On Wednesday, May 30, 2012 09:15:03 Sebastian Trüg wrote:
>> The new beta1 release is uploaded to SF now. I will add announcements
> i assume these will be source and binary incompatible with previous releases
> due to the removal of tcpclient.h from the build.
> i have put in a stub version of tcpclient.cpp that does nothing other than
> tell the developer not to use it ;) it now builds and should be SC and BC. i
> pushed this to both master and the 2.8 branch.
> this means we'll need a re-do of the tarballs .. but that's not a big deal.
> so current status is:
> * SC/BC should be restored (though not tested with an automated checker; just
> took care of the tcpclient issue)
> * we have a branch (2.8) which releases can be pulled from
> ... we should be good to go?
>> Sorry for the delay. I was moving house and had no internet connection.
> yes, this sucks .. what makes me nervous, and should make us all nervous, is
> this implies that soprano has a bus number of 1. that is not tolerable for a
> component that so many things in our code relies on. may i suggest that
> Vishesh be "promoted" to co-maintainer so that he may also take on tasks such
> as these if you become unavailable? it's still a relatively low bus number of
> 2, but that's a lot better than 1.
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