The MinGW jasper package is behind in the massive security update that the native
package has received recently. The update will introduce a DLL name change. I'm
going to build and rebuild dependencies over the next week or so.
With the activation of ARM and PPC arches in Fedora going forward this introduces a
minor issue for the mingw-wine-gecko package. It has a, not completely required,
Requires on wine-common. Since Wine does not support PPC (and should not be expected
to) there is no wine-common package for PPC.
Is it acceptable to exclude mingw-wine-gecko from PPC arches? While I could drop the
Requires, the binaries would have no use on a Power machine by themselves. They
would also never be used in a package build.
The nettle 3.3 update introduces a DLL name change.
I am pushing a new build of mingw-gnutls, but mingw-gstreamer1-plugins-bad-free will
need a rebuild. I'm pushing F25 and F26 builds with an override for F25.
koji wait-repo --build=mingw-nettle-3.3-1.fc26 f26-build
koji wait-repo --build=mingw-nettle-3.3-1.fc25 f25-build