Debian Patches

Status for ruby-mysql2/0.5.3-4

Patch Description Author Forwarded Bugs Origin Last update
skip-problematic-tests.patch skip problematic tests For some reason I cannot get these tests to pass on Debian. The first one will
fail randomly, while the second one will always fail.
Antonio Terceiro <> not-needed vendor 2016-02-24
skip-random-failing-tests.patch skip connect_attrs tests due random failure Lucas Kanashiro <> no 2019-01-04
remove_rubygems_from_examples.patch Remove rubygems from examples This patch modifies the examples so that they
do not use rubygems, and don't modify the LOAD_PATH. The
library will be installed in a place where ruby can find it,
and the relative path ../lib is not valid anymore.
Michael Franzl <> no
remove_rpath_compilation_flag.patch Remove rpath from compilation flags This patch is required to pass the binary-or-shlib-defines-rpath lintian
test. To fix this problem, any attempt to add rpath to $LDFLAGS
inside of ext/mysql2/extconf.rb is patched out
Michael Franzl <> no 2013-11-26
trust-library-ABI.patch Trust library ABI Instead of forcibly checking MySQL client library versions, let's trust the library ABI versioning to work. Antonio Terceiro <> not-needed debian vendor 2016-02-25
fix-configuration.patch Use local user as root in spec/configuration.yml.example Starting with mariadb 10.5, it seems you cannot connect as root anymore. This
avoids that, as LOCALUSERNAME will be replaced by $USER when running the
Antonio Terceiro <> not-needed debian vendor 2021-02-27
skip-test-that-depends-on-server.patch skip test that depends on the server implementation With mariadb 10.5, the server doesn't seem to create a new entry in
prepared_statements_instances, at least not for "SELECT 1". In any case,
having a test that depends on the server side implementation does not look
like a good idea.
Antonio Terceiro <> no vendor 2021-02-27
error-message-changed-with-mariadb-10.6.patch Error message changed with mariadb-10.6 Paul Gevers <> no 2022-01-21
ruby-3.1-compat.patch [PATCH] Update Mysql2::Result spec for Ruby 3.1
Ruby 3.1 immediately raise a TypeError if you try to
instantiate a class that doesn't have an allocator,
which is what we want anyways.
Jean Boussier <> no 2021-11-26

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