Debian Patches

Status for ruby-sqlite3/1.4.2-4

Patch Description Author Forwarded Bugs Origin Last update
use-slugs-in-faq.diff Use slugs in FAQ instead of object_id In order to make the FAQ build reproducibly we use “slugs” for
internal links instead of object ids.
Jérémy Bobbio <> no debian
drop-vendorizing-tasks.patch Drop tasks irrelevant to the Debian packaging This tasks would force this package to have extra build dependencies, even
packages that are not in Debian (mini_portile). But no functionality in them
is relevant for the Debian packaging, so we just drop them.
Antonio Terceiro <> not-needed vendor 2020-01-24
fix-tests-sqlite3_3_37.patch SQLite3 3.37.0+ use uppercase column tupe names Starting with SQLite3 3.37.0 it stores column type names as a value and
always displayed in uppercase letters.
Previously it stored type names as text with the same case as it was given.
This breaks testing where the column type is defined in lowercase and
expects it to be given back as-is.
Fix this with using type names in uppercase.
Laszlo Boszormenyi (GCS) <> no debian upstream 2022-01-08

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