Update to root 6 for Fedora 24+ and EPEL 7.
Also a new pythia8 version.
sudo dnf upgrade --advisory=FEDORA-2016-ad70b05a7e
This update has been submitted for testing by ellert.
It's great we have root 6 with ARM support, but root 6 breaks API, thus perl-SOOT fails to build. I don't think it's wise to do this rebase in Fedora 24 now.
This fixes my two problems. They were my last showstoppers for Fedora 24, so I'm ready to go.
@ppisar: I'm not sure that Mattias has any choice about rebasing to root 6. The root maintainers are quite clear about it, that they do not expect root to work with gcc 6 and indeed it doesn't work. So rebasing gcc breaks root without Mattias's update. So if you block the root rebase, you need to block the gcc one too.
This update has been pushed to testing.
I seem to be having trouble giving feedback. This is the third try...
The root 5 version that was in F24 before this update was completely broken. It had failed the F24 mass rebuild and was FTBFS. Root 5 is incompatible with gcc 6. The old cint c++ interpreter does not understand all the new features used in the system's g++ headers. This was not an issue about updating root to version 6 in F24 or not, it was a question about having root in F24 or not.
Then the rebase is acceptable.
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