Denis Leroy wrote:
> Wart wrote:
>> Matt Domsch wrote:
>>> Fedora Rawhide-in-Mock Build Results for i386
>>> using rawhide from 3/29 and for any failures, again with 3/31
>>> Full logs at http://linux.dell.com/files/fedora/FixBuildRequires/
>>> Total packages: 5500
>>> Number failed to build: 304
>>> Number expected to fail due to ExclusiveArch or ExcludeArch: 13
>>> Leaving: 291
>>> (there may be some duplicates if rawhide has 2 versions of a package)
>>> wart: sear
>> This depends on libsigc++20, which was upgraded from 2.0.x to 2.2.2,
>> which broke backwards compatibility in some cases. Did I miss an
>> announcement of this somewhere?
> Yes my apologies for this. libsigc++20 2.2 turned off support for the
> deprecated 1.2 API, and that wasn't made very clear whth 2.2.0 came out.
> I just sent you a patch for sear that compiles for me.
> A quick howto to port to the 2.0 API
> 1) email me :-)
> 2) install and run regexxer. regexxer is your friend.
> look for occurences of 'SigC::slot'. These must be replaced with
> 'sigc::mem_fun' if it has 2 arguments, or 'sigc:
tr_fun' if it has one
> 'Sigc::Signal' should be replaced with 'sigc::signal'
> 'Sigc::Object' is replaced by 'sigc::trackable'.
> Generally, any use of 'SigC' instead of 'sigc' will cause a failure.
Many thanks for the patch! I've successfully rebuilt sear and sent the
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