On 12/09/2010 06:30 PM, Vincent Untz wrote:
Le jeudi 09 décembre 2010, à 16:20 +0100, Vincent Untz a écrit :
- push gwenhywfar 4.0.x, aqbanking 5.0.x, gnucash 2.3.x (rc of 2.4) to Factory
I just realized that gnucash 2.3.x has an optional sqlite-based backend, that requires libdbi.
Any objection against pushing libdbi from Contrib to Factory? It's not blocking the gnucash update since the default is still the xml backend anyway, but I guess we'll need it in the future.
I thought that someone already wanted to push libdbi to factory a while back, jfyi here's the last message in the thread. On Tue, Nov 09, 2010 at 04:16:24PM +0100, Peter Czanik wrote:
On 11/06/2010 02:41 PM, Dave Plater wrote:
On 11/05/2010 10:41 AM, Peter Czanik wrote:
I'd like to add two packages to Factory, libdbi and
were already available in Contrib, moving them to factory would
me to add database support to syslog-ng.
URL : http://libdbi.sourceforge.net/ Summary : Database Independent Abstraction Layer for C Description : libdbi implements a database-independent abstraction layer in
to the DBI/DBD layer in Perl. Writing one generic set of code,
leverage the power of multiple databases and multiple
connections by using this framework.
And libdbi-drivers provides the actual drivers for different
(sqlite3, mysql, pgsql).
Both packages were around for a very long time and worked
problems so far.
I tested it with syslog-ng and logging to database worked fine
libdbi and libdbi-drivers.
Please let me know when it's in factory and we can kill the contrib project. It was originally created for bacula.
It's Philipp Thomas, who actually sent the submit request, so I don't get an immediate alert message, when it's in factory. I checked now the openSUSE commit list, and I still could not find a trace of libdbi. My sr against apparmor-profiles is also still waiting. I hope everything is all right with these submit requests, just things slowed down due to the coming milestone...
Foremost, there were no .changes files.
Create some with "osc vc" and resubmit.
I mailed peter nixon (who submitted from the devel project) and philipp, but forgot you.
Second, it will take a bit to pass source code license review. Not sure how long, perhaps a week or so.
Ciao, Marcus - I'm also a maintainer, Peter's MIA at the moment. Dave P