Quoting Richard Guenther <rguenther(a)suse.de>de>:
On Tue, 19 Jun 2012, Stephan Kulow wrote:
On 19.06.2012 14:15, Richard Guenther wrote:
I don't see why "manual" is bad.
In fact we should be perfectly aware
about an ABI/API change _before_ we check things in. Being ignorant
and relying on automatic rebuilds "fixing" things is even worse
than a concious "manual" rebuild.
Aehm, who is perfectly aware of ABI changes?
I invite you to review e.g.
ABI change or not?
No ABI change by definition as the SONAME does not change.
That's assuming that upstream knows what they do...
and NEVER miss out on anything.
Yes, and you only detect if that is true (and thus
if you actually _not_ rebuild $world after Qt 4.8.2.
Do we WANT to run into that? knowing that this results in random
crashes? Yes, of course, SONAME should be bumped by upstreams if that
On the other hand: you see SO many upstreams bumping SONAME only if
the 'break' existing ABI... ADDITION of it seems to be done without
changes.. (thus usually resulting in 'requiring libfoo.so.1 not being
enough', as you need libfoo.so.1 >= version it was built against)
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