kerneloops package update.
Jim Lieb wrote:
> After going over the code both upstream and in LP, it seems to me that it
> would be a good idea to update our package to 0.12 (current) while we are at
> it. We get the following:
> 1. The dmesg filter catches/filters out more stuff.
> 2. The new version is kinder to the system (nices itself etc.)
> 3. Handles larger log files better and has other performance improvements.
> 4. Expands the UI dialog to allow the user to see the oops before sending it.
> 5. General cleanup and bugfixes that are post- 0.10.
> The package comes from debian universe. The only thing debian did was
> package it. We added two patches, one to add apport support and the other
> to do the right thing wrt dbus (per Scott's email a week or so back).
> Scott's patch is trivial to fold back in and I think I can re-work Matt Z's
> patch to make it more general for upstream.
I'd say go for it and place the resulting package to have a look at it. Alpha4
is next week and feature freeze at the 19th Feb. So there is a bit of time. 2
and 3 on their own sound like good arguments for an update.
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