Re: taglib in el7

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On 27/01/2021 14:19, Troy Dawson wrote:
On Wed, Jan 27, 2021 at 4:09 AM John Pilkington <johnpilk222@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


This is essentially a rehash of my post yesterday to the elrepo list.  I
think it might be more appropriate here.

For some time I have been building and running MythTV rpms to run under
Scientific Linux, currently version 7.9.  This has required some hoop
jumping (just a little of it by me) as MythTV has evolved.  No doubt I
will have to abandon the builds fairly soon, but I would prefer not to
do so immediately.

Yesterday the MythTV project reset its minimum version of taglib to
1.11.1, and a bunch of updates depending on that has just been committed.

rpms for taglib 1.11+ (and taglib-devel) are available for CentOS 8 and
several other distributions, but the 'current' version in SL7 et al is
1.8-8.20130218git.  This is in the core repos, and I understand that
other repos cannot provide updates for such packages.

I have not yet tried a personal rebuild of the taglib packages from el8,
but is there any possibility that the taglib and taglib-devel in core
el7 might be updated?


John P

Short Answer:
Long Answer:
RHEL7 (the core el7 as you say) entered it's maintenance phase with
RHEL 7.9 last year.
This means no new features, and no updates that are not security
and/or major bugs.
Just to be sure, I double checked if there was anything that looked
like there was work on a new libtag, and the answer is the same, nope.

I know it's not the news you wanted, but it's the news that is.

Thanks for the quick answer.  It's probably the one I was expecting.

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