thomas.g.girard at free.fr
Wed Feb 16 19:27:39 UTC 2011
Le 13/02/2011 23:08, Pau Garcia i Quiles a écrit :
> I have created a tag for 6.0.0-1 and updated trunk to 6.0.1-1 (still
> using source format 1.0). As I cannot upload yet (I plan to apply for
> DM very soon, and later for DD), I have uploaded the source package
> for 6.0.1 to mentors:
Great, thanks! I'll have a look at this hopefully tomorrow.
> A lintian run discovered this:
> X: libtao-2.0.1: shlib-calls-exit usr/lib/libTAO_IDL_FE-2.0.1.so
> N: The listed shared library calls the C library exit() or _exit()
> N: functions.
> N: In the case of an error, the library should instead return an
> N: appropriate error code to the calling program which can then determine
> N: how to handle the error, including performing any required clean-up.
> N: In most cases, removing the call should be discussed with upstream,
> N: particularly as it may produce an ABI change.
> N: Severity: wishlist, Certainty: possible
> N: This tag is marked experimental, which means that the code that
> N: generates it is not as well-tested as the rest of Lintian and might
> N: still give surprising results. Feel free to ignore experimental tags
> N: that do not seem to make sense, though of course bug reports are always
> N: welcomed.
> The problem is the ACE_wrappers/TAO/TAO_IDL/fe/lex.yy.cpp file, in
> particular the tao_yy_fatal_error function
Hmmm. A new lintian warning. Worth reporting upstream, I guess.
> Lintian also complained about this:
> E: libace-ssl-6.0.1: possible-gpl-code-linked-with-openssl
> N: This package appears to be covered by the GNU GPL but depends on the
> N: OpenSSL libssl package and does not mention a license exemption or
> N: exception for OpenSSL in its copyright file. The GPL (including version
> N: 3) is incompatible with some terms of the OpenSSL license, and therefore
> N: Debian does not allow GPL-licensed code linked with OpenSSL libraries
> N: unless there is a license exception explicitly permitting this.
> N: If only the Debian packaging, or some other part of the package not
> N: linked with OpenSSL, is covered by the GNU GPL, please add a lintian
> N: override for this tag. Lintian currently has no good way of
> N: distinguishing between that case and problematic packages.
> N: Severity: serious, Certainty: wild-guess
> But I'd say it's a false alarm, I cannot find any trace of
> GPL-licensed code in the ACE_wrappers/ace/SSL directory or even the
> ACE_wrappers/ace directory
Yep, a false positive. You can silent it up using an override.
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