thank you very much :) About libindi: I checked the packages depending
-indi-aagcloudwatcher, indi-eqmod, indi-gphoto, indi-sx: are my
packages, so no problem
-indi-apogee: your package, I have commit access now too, so no problem
-kstars: libindi 1.0.0 will break the current kstars, but I discussed
with the maintainers and upstream. The next KStars released will come
out soon and requires libindi 1.0.0, so the maintainer gave me commit
access to replace KStars with a git snapshot in F22/Rawhide until
beta/final release of KDE Apps 15.04 is out. So: No Problem :)
According to repoquery these are all packages depending on libindi. For
Fedora 20/21 my copr repository is the right place for the new release
cause of abi/api break.
On 02/23/2015 03:48 PM, Sergio Pascual wrote:
2015-02-21 19:26 GMT+01:00 Christian Dersch <chrisdersch(a)gmail.com
I recognized that astropy and INDI reached their 1.0 releases. Both
should become part of Fedora 22, for INDI all 3rdparty drivers have to
be updated (except for indi-apogee I'm maintaining them, so this is
mostly my part).
Christian, I have already updated astropy to 1.0. libindi will follow
soon, I will notify it in the devel list, there is a soname bump.
I have given you access to indi-apogee too, sorry I has taken me so
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