[Bug 901888] [NEW] Tracking bug for Soprano post-release update for Oneiric

Scott Kitterman ubuntu at kitterman.com
Thu Dec 8 21:39:56 UTC 2011

Public bug reported:

Upstream reports that all known Soprano issues that affect KDE Nepomuk
(it's only use in the archive) have been resolved and strongly
recommends updates.  Although not a core KDE module, so not covered
under the KDE microversion release exception, it is a KDE support
application developed by KDE developers using similar bug fix only rules
as KDE.

In this case it seems to make sense to just update to the latest version
instead of trying to cherrypick specific changes.

        * Enabled large file support (_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64) to fix large DB file locking on 32bit machines.
        * Do not use an event loop when waiting for Virtuoso to initialize.
        * In the socket client: simply close the connection in case of a timeout. We cannot recover from it

        * Added new signal in the Virtuoso backend which signals when the server goes down.
        * Soprano can be built with cmake 2.6.4 again.

        * Reverted a change which was introduced in 2.7.1 to use a separate QDBusConnection for the 
          DBusExportModel. It made things worse.
        * Fixed a crash in NRLModel caused by a non-mutex-protected hash.
        * Fixed the Virtuoso backend's option "forcedstart". Now the backend waits for the running instance
          to be shut down before trying to start a new one.

        * Lowered the min Raptor version to 2.0.0 since it was only a runtime dependancy for KDE.

** Affects: soprano (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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