This week, I’ve pushed the missing
gsignond builds and rebuilds to rawhide,
and updated the
contractor package to the latest version. Additionally, I
cleaned up my COPR repositories in preparation for fedora 26 reaching EOL
After my pull request for the
glib2 package to include an upstream fix for a
meson-0.46 was merged and an updated package was built, I was
able to build
gsignond and its dependencies on fedora rawhide too, after these
updates were already available on fedora 28.
|gsignond||1.0.7||1.fc29||rawhide build only|
|gsignond-plugin-oauth||0||0.3.20171111.gitb36060b.fc29||rawhide build only|
|gsignond-plugin-sasl||0||0.3.20171111.git671022f.fc29||rawhide build only|
|switchboard-plug-onlineaccounts||0.3.1||1.fc29||rawhide build only|
I also updated the
contractor package to the latest minor upstream release,
which included only minor fixes and improvements.
I’ve disabled builds for fedora 26, which will enter EOL state in a few days.
Additionally, I’ve removed
pantheon-mail from both the
elementary-nightly repository, since it was only buildable on fedora 26.
I’ve also removed the builds of
editorconfig from both elementary COPR
repositories, because the official fedora builds are now available from the
stable repositories on fedora 27 and later.