EasyTag new version
noskcaj at ubuntu.com
Fri Oct 11 20:48:55 UTC 2013
You are probably contacting the wrong people. Ubuntu syncs this from
debian, where the multimedia team maintain it. You shoulg contact them
at pkg-multimedia-maintainers at lists.alioth.debian.org , and if you'd
like to learn to package, they would probably be willing to help. The
package itself is at http://packages.qa.debian.org/e/easytag.html
On Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 2:36 AM, Vasco <vascofalves at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there really no interest in doing anything about it? There aren't any
> rdepends and it doesn't need anything that is not in saucy already to
> work... I don't know anything about packaging, or I would put it into a ppa
> myself, but as it is, I'm kind of stuck...
> On 06/10/13 15:39, Vasco wrote:
>> There has been a new version of EasyTag out since February 2013. There is
>> an outstanding bug in both Ubuntu and Debian (Ubuntu one here
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/easytag/+bug/1198450) about this,
>> but no action has been taken on either side. Source found here
>> http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/easytag/2.1/ .
>> So, I finally bit the bullet and tried compiling it in saucy. It worked,
>> after I applied a somewhat hackish patch to remove strict checking for
>> declaration-after-statement errors (patch attached), and installed intltool,
>> which is a new build-dep. After that it compiled, and worked as far as I
>> could tell. I didn't perform extensive testing though.
>> Of the patches in debian/patches, fix_segfault_loading_tags_from_txt.patch
>> and fix-out-of-bound.patch have been applied upstream, taglib.patch is no
>> longer needed as what it did was make EasyTag use taglib instead of
>> libmp4v2. Upstream is now using taglib as well.
>> So yeah, it works. Please upload it to the archive.
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