I recently update libqalculate to latest upstream version 0.9.10.
Unfortunately, I forgot to send out a soname bump email (I emailed one
affected package maintainer though) - which I realized only when I saw
the broken dependency emails.
The list of affected packages are
My apologies for the late notice.
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= Proposed Self Contained Change: Zend Framework 3 =
* Remi Collet <remi at fedoraproject dot org>
Update Zend Framework to latest version 3.
Fedora 24 provides Zend Framework 2.5 (Fedora 25 provides ZF 2.5.3),
which is a transition version.
== Detailed Description ==
See upstream annoucement: Zend Framework 3 Released!
The Zend Framework is a huge set of ~60 components. The framework
version defines a minimal set of components, and their minimal
version. Version 3 is recommend for PHP 7.0 which is also part of
== Scope ==
* Proposal owners:
Update packages and create new for additional components
* Other developers:
Test their applications
* Release engineering: N/A (not a System Wide Change)
* List of deliverables: N/A (not a System Wide Change)
* Policies and guidelines: N/A (not a System Wide Change)
* Trademark approval: N/A (not needed for this Change)
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Can anybody help me build js-jquery1 for F24? I keep getting some NodeJS
and/or Grunt error with uglify, but only for the F24 branch. I want to
update the package, and I can get all the other branches to build just fine
(including EPEL7, F25, and rawhide), but F24 is broken even before I apply
any updates/changes, and I'm not sure why.
This is about F25 and F24, but likely applies to older releases, too,
since I haven't noticed any improvements about it.
Have you ever made Nautilus copy/move a huge directory tree and then
started a similar task for other directories while Nautilus was still
working on the first task?
What happens here is that there is this small progress icon, and if you
click on it, a tiny window pops up showing the progress of each Nautilus
task. It's tiny window that cannot be made larger. Try to scroll down, but
Nautilus interferes and jumps to the top again frequently. Have you
ever... No, probably not the developers of Nautilus. That should answer
the question raised above.
And how to remove completed tasks or empty that window? Impossible while
Nautilus is busy working on tasks. There only is a 'X' button to cancel
running tasks and a non-clickable icon for completed and cancelled
tasks. Not helpful. Worse, cancelled tasks remain in the list, too.
What am I missing?
What I know so far is that docker images are built in Koji by the
container build plugin. I'd like to know if the osbs functionality in
fedpkg is still useful for some of you. This could be helpful to
determine whether to remove osbs from package tool totally, or just make
it a standalone command (separated from container-build command) so that
some packagers are still able to use it to build images in OSBS directly.
Is this going to work for those of us who use RHEL, not Fedora (and are
only actually interested in EPEL)? Also, will it work with Heimdal
clients? (The Fedora packager stuff is rather hit and miss under EPEL
at the best of times.)