[lm-sensors] lm-sensors-3.0.0 patch for (gnome) sensors-applet available
Hans de Goede
j.w.r.degoede at hhs.nl
Thu Nov 15 10:52:01 CET 2007
Hans de Goede wrote:
> Jean Delvare wrote:
>> Hi Hans,
>> On Tue, 13 Nov 2007 22:08:48 +0100, Hans de Goede wrote:
>>> Jean Delvare wrote:
>>>> So, are you done with your porting work? If so, and if you didn't find
>>>> any problem with the new libsensors API, is there any reason to delay
>>>> the release of lm-sensors 3.0.0 any further?
>>> I'm not done with my porting work, next on the list is net-snmp,
>>> which looks easy to fix, I'll take a shot at it tomorrow. Then we
>>> also have an xfce applet
>> I am interested in net-snmp as well, so maybe we can work on this
>> together. Well, you'll certainly be quicker than me on the code, but I
>> can review your patch and push it in opensuse.
> While coordinating my work with the Fedora net-snmp maintainer I got
> attended that upstream us already working on this:
> However the upstream work is a complete rewrite of the sensors code in
> net-snmp, as I have no idea when that will be stable and I don't want to
> completely break the development branch of Fedora (quite a few things
> require net-snmp) I'll also be writing a patch against the current
> stable net-snmp release, I already took a look and the code is quite
> isolated, fixing this for the current stable net-snmp release should be
> quite easy.
Scrap that, upstream has finished lm_sensors-3.x support and the Fedora
net-snmp maintainer has decided to backport the sensors infra changes +
lm_sensors-3.x.x support to the current stable net-snmp, patch available here:
Shall I add this to the wiki? Its a bit intrusive.
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