Please backport ardour 1:5.5.0~dfsg-1 (universe) from Ubuntu 17.04 "Zesty"

Bug #1584930 reported by Ross Gammon on 2016-05-23
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trusty-backports
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Bug Description

Please backport ardour 1:5.5.0~dfsg-1 (universe) from zesty to trusty, xenial.

Reason for the backport:
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The Ubuntu Studio Team plan to do regular backports of our priority packages to our supported LTS releases.

Testing:
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Mark off items in the checklist [X] as you test them, but please leave the checklist so that backporters can quickly evaluate the state of testing.

You can test-build the backport in your PPA with backportpackage:
$ backportpackage -u ppa:<lp username>/<ppa name> -s yakkety -d trusty ardour
$ backportpackage -u ppa:<lp username>/<ppa name> -s yakkety -d xenial ardour

* trusty:
[X] Package builds with modification (see attached debdiff)
[X] ardour-data installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour3 installs cleanly and runs
[N/A] ardour-dbgsym installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour-i686 installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour-altivec installs cleanly and runs
* xenial:
[X] Package builds without modification
[X] ardour-data installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour3 installs cleanly and runs
[N/A] ardour-dbgsym installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour-i686 installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour-altivec installs cleanly and runs

Reverse dependencies:
=====================
The following reverse-dependencies need to be tested against the new version of ardour. For reverse-build-dependencies (-Indep), please test that the package still builds against the new ardour. For reverse-dependencies, please test that the version of the package currently in the release still works with the new ardour installed. Reverse- Recommends, Suggests, and Enhances don't need to be tested, and are listed for completeness-sake.

ardour-data
-----------

ardour3
-------
* multimedia-audio-utilities
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Suggests)
* ubuntustudio-audio
  [N/A] trusty (Reverse-Recommends)
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Recommends)
* multimedia-looping
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Suggests)
* multimedia-recording
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Recommends)
* games-content-dev
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Recommends)
* multimedia-ambisonics
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Recommends)

ardour-dbgsym
-------------

ardour-i686
-----------

ardour
------
* multimedia-ambisonics
  [N/A] trusty (Reverse-Recommends)
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Recommends)
* multimedia-looping
  [N/A] trusty (Reverse-Suggests)
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Suggests)
* invada-studio-plugins-lv2
  [N/A] trusty (Reverse-Suggests)
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Suggests)
* invada-studio-plugins-ladspa
  [N/A] trusty (Reverse-Suggests)
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Suggests)
* multimedia-recording
  [N/A] trusty (Reverse-Recommends)
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Recommends)
* multimedia-timestretching
  [N/A] trusty (Reverse-Suggests)
* multimedia-audio-utilities
  [N/A] xenial (Reverse-Suggests)

ardour-altivec
--------------

Ross Gammon (rosco2) on 2016-05-23
Changed in xenial-backports:
status: New → In Progress
assignee: nobody → Ross Gammon (rosco2)
Changed in trusty-backports:
status: New → In Progress
assignee: nobody → Ross Gammon (rosco2)
Ross Gammon (rosco2) on 2016-05-23
description: updated
Ross Gammon (rosco2) wrote :
description: updated
Len Ovens (len-ovenwerks) wrote :

X 64 bit version installs and runs fine. Opens an old session with effects (EQ, Invada tube dist, phaser, guitarix chorus, compressor, zita reverb, setBfree) The GUIs open and work ok. Audio out is there. Old -data from 4.6 works still.

Installed ardour-data with no problems. While there were no problems in upgrading only one package without the other in this case. For future reference, ardour's depends for ardour-data should be versioned. Ardour 5 (next out) will definitely break if the -data is not the same version.

Set Hallstrom (sakrecoer) wrote :

14.04 x64 bit version installs and runs fine here. Used the test-case and expanded a little with effects and a final export.

[not sure what this means] Package builds with modification (see attached debdiff)
[X] ardour-data installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour3 installs cleanly and runs
[not found] ardour-dbgsym installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour-i686 installs cleanly and runs
[X] ardour installs cleanly and runs
[x] ardour-altivec installs cleanly and runs

set@sakrebook:~$ sudo apt-get install ardour-dbgsym
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package ardour-dbgsym

Set Hallstrom (sakrecoer) wrote :

16.04 x64 bit version install and runs fine too. same test as previous. (ardour-dbgsym was also missing)

set@iso:~$ sudo apt install ardour-dbgsym
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package ardour-dbgsym

Ross Gammon (rosco2) on 2016-06-28
description: updated
Ross Gammon (rosco2) wrote :

Normally debug symbols packages are not uploaded to the same archive as the actual package. They go to a separate archive. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Debug%20Symbol%20Packages for the background. I assume the scripts that upload to the ppa strip them off in a similar manner. Anyway, this shouldn't be a blocker, as the old manual -dbg packages were only ever optional for the maintainer to provide.

description: updated
Ross Gammon (rosco2) wrote :

The Reverse-Depends are all "Recommends" or "Suggests", so there was no need to test these.

Changed in xenial-backports:
assignee: Ross Gammon (rosco2) → nobody
Changed in trusty-backports:
assignee: Ross Gammon (rosco2) → nobody
Changed in xenial-backports:
status: In Progress → Confirmed
Changed in trusty-backports:
status: In Progress → Confirmed
summary: - Please backport ardour 1:4.7~dfsg-1 (universe) from yakkety
+ Please backport ardour 1:5.5.0~dfsg-1 (universe) from Ubuntu 17.04
+ "Zesty"
description: updated
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