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@nyalldawson Soname bumps in released branches are discouraged, so unless there are strong reasons, I don't plan to push this to F32.

@alone Isn't CDB a Windows thing?

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I tried with VLC and it correctly paused the music. It didn't work with flash, but I suppose this is because it does not declare it's stream type and hence pulse does not know whether/how to pause it?

The updated link is https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/PulseAudio/Documentation/Developer/Clients/ApplicationProperties/ fwiw.

qt-creator-3.6.0-2 [1] will also include the clang code model.

[1] http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=12299355

@oranja

  1. This is a Qt bug which should be fixed with qt 5.6. The beta version is already available in rawhide, the stable version should be out next February.
  2. Indeed, looks like LLVM_INSTALL_DIR needs to be passed to qmake when building qt-creator. Trying this out now.

@brallan Please file a bug and post details, at least a gdb stacktrace. Likely unrelated to qt-creator since you appear to be the only one to hit this.

Could you look at https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=764129 (and specifically message #25) and check whether anything matches your scenario? I don't have this issue, so it is hard to debug for me. You can then post any additional info to #1247034.

Ok cool thanks for confirming.

Hmm, but liblept.so.4 is provided by leptonica-1.72-2.el6 which was pushed to stable just yesterday: FEDORA-EPEL-2015-6424277992

Perhaps you have a conflict with some other repo?

This was already brought up here: https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2015-12699

"The offending script is licensecheck, which now has "use Dpkg::IPC qw(spawn);". I'm not familiar enough with perl to judge whether this can be replaced by something else. In any event, removing that script from devscripts-minimal kinda defeats the entire purpose of having devscripts-minimal, since then fedora-review would need to depend on the entire devscripts. So unless the "use Dpkg::IPC qw(spawn);" can somehow be removed, I don't see a way to reduce the dependency load unfortunately."

The offending script is licensecheck, which now has "use Dpkg::IPC qw(spawn);". I'm not familiar enough with perl to judge whether this can be replaced by something else. In any event, removing that script from devscripts-minimal kinda defeats the entire purpose of having devscripts-minimal, since then fedora-review would need to depend on the entire devscripts. So unless the "use Dpkg::IPC qw(spawn);" can somehow be removed, I don't see a way to reduce the dependency load unfortunately.

This is not true, only libwebp-0.4.3 was ever built in epel for el6 (see [1]), and all builds in epel always had .5. [1] http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/packageinfo?packageID=13217