Boost updated to 1.58.0 in rawhide and f23
jwakely at redhat.com
Wed Jul 22 12:47:49 UTC 2015
On 22/07/15 13:30 +0100, Jonathan Wakely wrote:
>On 22/07/15 14:08 +0200, David Tardon wrote:
>>On Sat, Jul 18, 2015 at 12:46:51PM +0100, Jonathan Wakely wrote:
>>>I've pushed a new version of Boost, 1.58.0, to rawhide and f23, which
>>>will require all packages that depend on Boost to be rebuilt. The plan
>>>was to update to 1.59.0 but that isn't going to be released in time
>>>for the F23 schedule, so I'll update rawhide to 1.59.0 at a later
>>>For the F23 rebuilds please use the tag f23-boost e.g.
>>> fedpkg build --target f23-boost
>>>For the rawhide rebuilds please use the tag f24-boost e.g.
>>> fedpkg build --target f24-boost
>>Does this mean that maintainers are expected to rebuild their packages
>What's the usual policy? Should I be doing it? (Can I do it, if I
>don't have privs to commit a new %release to the spec file and push
>If I'm supposed to be doing it then I'll get started immediately :-)
I've learnt from IRC that I would need to be a provenpackager to do it
myself, which I'm not, so either package owners need to rebuild, or if
that doesn't happen in time I'll have to rely on the kindness of a
provenpackager to help out.
I think the list of F23 packages that need rebuilding is:
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