Re: [Banshee-List] banshee+monoaddins+opensuse (was: Re: track editor: change file name accordingly when title is changed
- From: Nelson Marques <nmo marques gmail com>
- To: banshee-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Banshee-List] banshee+monoaddins+opensuse (was: Re: track editor: change file name accordingly when title is changed
- Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2011 16:05:13 +0100
2011/10/4 Andres G. Aragoneses <knocte gmail com>:
> Hey Nelson, you mind answering a couple of questions about this:
> On 10/04/2011 01:22 AM, Nelson Marques wrote:
>> Banshee 2.2.0 from the Banshee repository is build against the
>> dependencies provided by the base system (in your case openSUSE 11.4),
>> this means it was build against mono framework and mono-addins
>> provided by 11.4. Since 11.4 doesn't provide all the dependencies we
>> add the ones missing, a list can be found here.
>> I did some changes with the introduction of banshee 2.2.0, one of
>> them was to remove some packages from the mono framework (ex:
>> mono-core) and mono-addins because if people installed them it would
>> break other applications (F-Spot and GNOME Do are 2 known cases).
> Break applications in what way? You have logs or URLs of bugs about this?
Applications stopped working, didn't even launched. This was reported
to me by a user in #opensuse-gnome, and F-Spot was one of the
identified applications that stopped working. A few days later I've
seen complaints ago GNOME Do as well.
Also like two weeks ago, a user on this list also confirmed this
situation. I haven't opened a bug report because with the introduction
of Banshee 2.2.0 SLE and SLE11SP1 would not provide the dependencies
to build banshee 2.2.0 (ex: gstreamer), so I wiped those packages.
If you need any kind of report or deeper look into this, I can
replicate that behavior and get a branch with banshee linking against
a different version of mono-addins and pull the logs from f-spot.
>> I dont mind adding a build target to link against a more updated
>> version of mono if someone has usage for it, but be warned that if
>> people update other apps built against a different version might stop
> I still don't know why you think you need to pull a newer mono for this
> mono-addins issue. MonoAddins is a package completely independent from Mono
> and you can pull a new version from it without tinkering with the rest of
> mono-related packages.
OBS allows me to create a built target using any number of
repositories I want, since mono-addins is maintained on Mono:Factory,
linking against that repo would use the latest mono framework and
> Please tell me if I'm assuming something wrongly? Thanks
I don't think you are assuming something wrong.
>> During the introduction of banshee 2.2.0 to openSUSE 12.1, we've
>> updated a lot of packages, so I would consider updating to 12.1 when
>> it's released.
>> I'll drop a post within the next days in Banshee Planet and
>> openSUSE Planet on how to run a custom build of Banshee through
>> OBS, though people should understand the risks that some operations
>> involve :)
>>  -
>>  -
>>  - http.planet.banshee.fm
>>  - http://planet.opensuse.org
>> All the best,
>> 2011/10/3 Klaus Zeitler<info klauszeitler de>:
>>>>>>>> "gnomeuser@gmail" == gnomeuser@gmail com<gnomeuser gmail com>
>>> gnomeuser@gmail> That is most definitely a bug then. Can you please
>>> gnomeuser@gmail> file it (www.banshee.fm/file-bugs) along with a
>>> gnomeuser@gmail> Debug log showing the issue
>>> gnomeuser@gmail> (http://live.gnome.org/Banshee/CommonQuestions/Logs)
>>> well now I'm back at the other problem that I reported :-(, i.e.
>>> that "banshee --debug" crashes.
>>> You mentioned in your other response that I should upgrade mono-addins.
>>> According to the YaST Software Manager I have mono-addins 0.5-4.7.1
>>> and framework 0.6.1-2.1 and I can't see anything newer to update to.
>>> Maybe I need to add some development repository. Currently I use:
>>> | Klaus Zeitler |
>>> | Email: info klauszeitler de |
>>> Jeder Fehler erscheint unglaublich dumm, wenn andere
>>> ihn begehen. -- Georg Christoph Lichtenberg
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