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From:Remi Collet Date:June 20 2010 7:11am
Subject:Re: v3.1.0 imminent
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Le 19/05/2010 18:49, Warren Young a écrit :
> On May 19, 2010, at 9:31 AM, Remi Collet wrote:
>> Does this version still ABI stable
> Yes.
> Is there such thing as an ABI checker?

I've just try (a quite simple tool)

The result is here :

Seems there is ABI breaks (in ConnectionPool)

Another "simple test" I always do, is running examples from previous 
version (3.0.9) against  the lastest library (3.1.0)
(So it will be great if you could remove the header version check here)

$ ./cpool -u xxx -p yyy
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

Which seems to confirm the ABI_compliance_checker checker.
(most of other tests runs fine)

>> are you going to bump soname ?
> I don't think so, but I'm not certain how that aspect of the build system works.

Apps are link against
So, when ABI is broken, this should change.

For now, I can't push 3.1.0 to Fedora / EPEL repository, because of this 
(don't want to break others app in the repo, like

v3.1.0 imminentWarren Young13 May
  • Re: v3.1.0 imminentRick Gutleber14 May
    • Re: v3.1.0 imminentWarren Young14 May
      • Re: v3.1.0 imminentRick Gutleber14 May
  • Re: v3.1.0 imminentRemi Collet19 May
    • Re: v3.1.0 imminentWarren Young19 May
      • Re: v3.1.0 imminentWarren Young19 May
        • Re: v3.1.0 imminentJonathan Wakely20 May
      • Re: v3.1.0 imminentRemi Collet20 Jun
        • Re: v3.1.0 imminentJonathan Wakely20 Jun
          • Re: v3.1.0 imminentWarren Young21 Jun
            • Re: v3.1.0 imminentRemi Collet21 Jun