Debian Patches

Status for funtools/1.4.8-1

Patch Description Author Forwarded Bugs Origin Last update
Copy-files-to-the-correct-destinations-according-to-multi.patch Copy files to the correct destinations according to multiarch.
The corresponding variables are set with debhelper compat
9. tcl-funtools is not multiarch yet.
Ole Streicher <> no 2016-10-25 Link the executables against
and link against the needed libs.
Ole Streicher <> no 2016-10-25
Use-the-shared-libwcstools-package-instead-of-the-convien.patch Use the shared libwcstools package instead of the convienence copy. Ole Streicher <> no 2016-10-25
Build-the-Tcl-extension-as-a-shared-library.patch Build the Tcl extension as a shared library. Ole Streicher <> no 2016-10-25
Sort-object-files.patch Sort object files
Sort object files to pass to mklib, to make the build reproducible.
=?utf-8?q?Alexis_Bienven=C3=BCe?= <> no 2016-10-25
Fix-missing-template-in-AC_DEFINE.patch Fix missing template in AC_DEFINE
Ole Streicher <> no 2016-10-25
Let-failing-mklibs-fail-the-build.patch Let failing mklibs fail the build Ole Streicher <> no 2017-11-22
mklib-clean-up-abi-flags-for-x86-targets.patch mklib: clean up abi flags for x86 targets
The current code is duplicated in two places and relies on `uname` to
detect the flags. This is no good for cross-compiling, and the current
logic uses -m64 for the x32 ABI which breaks things.

Unify the code in one place, avoid `uname` completely, and add support
for the new x32 ABI.
Mike Frysinger <> no 2012-09-11
Correct-mklib-calls-to-fix-FTCFBFS.patch Correct mklib calls to fix FTCFBFS

[...] The passes CC and CXX to mklib. However, mklib does not
inspect those variables. Passing them is completely useless. Rather it wants
the compiler as a -linker flag. The attached patch fixes that and thus makes
funtools cross buildable. It does not fix the error reporting in mklib. Please
consider applying it.

Helmut Grohne <> no 2018-11-23

All known versions for source package 'funtools'