Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Re: [ubuntu/wily-proposed] libxcb 1.11-0ubuntu1 (Accepted)

Which is an adjustment to a padding field. It would seem extremely unlikely that anyone would have accessed this field and it probably shouldn't be exposed on the API anyway.


On Thu, Jul 16, 2015 at 3:47 AM Micah Gersten <> wrote:
>From: Robert Ancell <>
>Date: 10:09pm, Tue, Jul 14, 2015
>Subject: [ubuntu/wily-proposed] libxcb 1.11-0ubuntu1 (Accepted)
>To: <>
>libxcb (1.11-0ubuntu1) wily; urgency=medium
> * New upstream release (LP: #1402966)
> * debian/control:
> - Add build-depends on xutils-dev
> - Bump build-depends on xcb-proto
> * debian/libxcb-xprint0.symbols:
> - Add new symbols
> * debian/libxcb-xkb1.symbols:
> - Some symbols removed, but no dependencies use them
> * debian/rules:
> - Bump shlibs

Were the symbols removed not supposed to be part of the public interface (current assumption) or did upstream not bump SONAME appropriately? If the symbols were supposed to be public but removed, that could still adversely affect locally built software.
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