[Buildroot] [PATCH] util-linux: Bump to version 2.32
peter at korsgaard.com
Thu May 24 18:15:10 UTC 2018
>>>>> "Trent" == Trent Piepho <tpiepho at impinj.com> writes:
>> First of all, 4b54bd3ae8 is already on master so the question is just
>> what we do for 2018.02.x?
>> Just cherrypicking the bump to 2.32 is certainly the easiest, but
>> perhaps also riskier than just cherry-picking the getrandom() changes:
>> git shortlog v2.31.. -- lib/randutils.c
>> Carlo Caione (1):
>> lib/randutils: Do not block on getrandom()
>> Karel Zak (1):
>> lib/randutils: don't break on EAGAIN, use usleep()
>> On the other hand, util-linux bumps are normally quite safe and we have
>> not had any issues reported, so perhaps we should just go for 2.32 for
>> 2018.02.x as well?
> If you bump util-linux to 2.32, then systemd < 238 doesn't build
> without systemd commit 227b8a762fea1458547be2cdf0e6e4aac0079730
> core: don't include libmount.h in a header file (#8580)
Hrmph, then I guess just backporting those two util-linux commits are a
better solution for 2018.02.x.
Bye, Peter Korsgaard
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