Accepted unixodbc 2.2.11-8ubuntu1 (source)
adconrad at ubuntu.com
Tue Jul 5 01:45:05 CDT 2005
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Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2005 04:52:56 +0000
Binary: odbcinst1debian1 unixodbc libodbcinstq1c2 unixodbc-bin gtkodbcconfig0 godbcconfig unixodbc-dev
Maintainer: Steve Langasek <vorlon at debian.org>
Changed-By: Adam Conrad <adconrad at ubuntu.com>
godbcconfig - GTK Based ODBC Configuration GUI
gtkodbcconfig0 - GTK-based ODBC configuration library
libodbcinstq1c2 - Qt-based ODBC configuration library
odbcinst1debian1 - Support library and helper program for accessing odbc ini files
unixodbc - ODBC tools libraries
unixodbc-bin - Graphical tools for ODBC management and browsing
unixodbc-dev - ODBC libraries for UNIX (development files)
Closes: 225572 230682 236476 268472 312129
unixodbc (2.2.11-8ubuntu1) breezy; urgency=low
* Resynchronise with Debian, resolving merge conflicts.
unixodbc (2.2.11-8) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix backslash issue in debian/dh_makeshlibs -- grepping out bogus
symbols didn't work after all
unixodbc (2.2.11-7) unstable; urgency=low
* The "never-ending fun" release
* Version two of the library symbol manifest format:
- include only weak and global symbols in the manifest, not local
- demangle C++ symbols so that the names are consistent across
- record the __cxa_pure_virtual symbol, which includes the C++ ABI
name (for *most* libs)
- trim the extra symbols that the toolchain is known to add on mips,
mipsel, powerpc, and hppa.
The library manifest should now work across all archs for the vast
majority of libs without the finicky per-arch manifests.
unixodbc (2.2.11-6) unstable; urgency=low
* Per-arch manifests still needed on ia64, due to all libs picking up
symbols on ia64 even though they don't on any other architecture. :/
unixodbc (2.2.11-5) unstable; urgency=low
* And ia64 also needs a per-arch manifest due to compiler-generated
* Drop libtemplate.so.1 from the unixodbc package, because it's not
worth all this trouble just for a sample driver that doesn't
actually do anything.
unixodbc (2.2.11-4) unstable; urgency=low
* <sigh> once more... powerpc needs per-arch manifests for some
libraries still, due to compiler-generated symbols.
unixodbc (2.2.11-3) unstable; urgency=low
* Add one final symbol to odbcinst, needed by libodbcinstQ.so.1.
* Add a per-arch manifest for gtkodbcconfig0 as well on mips/mipsel
(irritating compiler-provided symbols...), and one for libobcinstq1
on m68k due to C++ symbol mangling differences
* Move UnixODBC tools to App/Databases in the Debian menu (from
Apps/Tools). Closes: #230682.
unixodbc (2.2.11-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix library manifest handling to support per-architecture manifest
files, and deal with differences in the format of objdump -T output
between 32-bit and 64-bit architectures
* Add ia64, alpha, amd64, mips, and mipsel manifests for specific
packages, due to architecture differences in the resulting symbol
unixodbc (2.2.11-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release (closes: #225572)
- most of the Debian diff merged upstream
- possible fix for segfault connecting with db2 from perl (closes:
- libboundparam.so.1 and libodbcextras.so.1 are now dropped from
the unixodbc package (and upstream); not changing the package
name, because the one was sample code and the other had a total of
one exported symbol, named "__extra_func_to_mollify_linker"...
- odbcinst1 is renamed to odbcinst1debian1: symbols have been
dropped (and function prototypes changed) without an upstream
soname change, so we get an ugly package name instead.
- use --enable-ltdllib now instead of --disable-ltdl-install, since
upstream appears to have an option now that does what we want
without hacking configure.in.
* Switch build-depends from flex to flex-old, and add build-depends on
* Bump build-depends on readline to libreadline5-dev.
* Add ini* to the list of exported symbols from libodbcinst.so
(needed by some applications)
* Drop the obsolete odbcinst1.preinst.
* Drop the dltest command, which is of limited utility to end users
* Integrate new isql(1) manpage provided by Kurt Roeckx (closes:
* Drop headers from unixodbc-dev that we shouldn't be installing;
upstream has a working install target, so there's no reason to
overshoot by installing headers manually, and most of the extras
we were installing weren't usable for anything at all. This also
means the Conflicts: with arla-dev can be dropped (closes: #312129).
b3a85fe13e3e08ed3af5f3688916bcbe 841 libs optional unixodbc_2.2.11-8ubuntu1.dsc
9ae806396844e38244cf65ad26ba0f23 2406740 libs optional unixodbc_2.2.11.orig.tar.gz
58f6699074616ee914324d59b2dbed75 784728 libs optional unixodbc_2.2.11-8ubuntu1.diff.gz
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