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lp:ubuntu/raring-proposed/parted 2 Mature 2012-11-27 08:29:46 UTC 2012-11-27
117. * Resynchronise with Debian. Remaini...

Author: Dimitri John Ledkov
Revision Date: 2012-10-23 11:50:25 UTC

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - gptsync.patch: On Intel Mac systems, write a synced MBR rather than a
    protective MBR.
  - loop-partitions.patch: Backport some changes to allow use of
    partitionable loop devices.
  - udevadm-settle.patch: Run 'udevadm settle' either side of rereading
    the partition table if not chrooted, to avoid a variety of races.
  - dmraid.patch: Don't probe dmraid devices unless they are whole disk
    devices, not partitions. Also set UUID of newly created dmraid
    partition devices.
  - fix-head-size-assertion.patch: Fix probe_partition_for_geom() to fail
    gracefully rather than abort with PED_ASSERT().
  - dm_p_separator.patch: Device mapper type should not automatically mean
    add 'p' before the partition number. Fall back to adding it only if
    the previous character is a digit. This complies with kpartx behavior
    and Linux behavior "since the dawn of time".
  - remove-dev_t-dep.patch: Remove incorrect code from arch/linux.c that
    made assumptions about the meaning of dev_t causing mounted partitions
    to not be identified on dmraid devices and extended partition numbers
    >= 16.
  - 16-dos-partitions.patch: Handle >16 partitions on DOS partition
    tables.
  - dm-part-sync.patch: Backport fix to allow modifying partitions on
    dmraid disks while other partitions are in use.
  - skip-floppy.patch: Don't probe floppy drives.
  - hfs-probe-corrupt.patch: Don't let a corrupt FS evoke a failed
    assertion.
* loop-partitions.patch: refresh, one hunk moved into debian's
  md-partitions.patch.
* Apply eglibc-2.16 FTBFS gnulib patch, from bison package.

lp:~psusi/ubuntu/raring/parted/resize (Has a merge proposal) 1 Development 2013-02-24 17:48:25 UTC 2013-02-24
118. Backport online resize patches: 0001-...

Author: Phillip Susi
Revision Date: 2013-02-24 17:29:22 UTC

Backport online resize patches: 0001-parted-resizepart-command.patch,
0003-libparted-Add-support-for-BLKPG-ioctl-partition-resi.patch,
and 0004-parted-make-_partition_warn_busy-actually-a-warning.patch

lp:ubuntu/raring/parted 1 Development 2012-10-23 11:50:25 UTC 2012-10-23
117. * Resynchronise with Debian. Remaini...

Author: Dimitri John Ledkov
Revision Date: 2012-10-23 11:50:25 UTC

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - gptsync.patch: On Intel Mac systems, write a synced MBR rather than a
    protective MBR.
  - loop-partitions.patch: Backport some changes to allow use of
    partitionable loop devices.
  - udevadm-settle.patch: Run 'udevadm settle' either side of rereading
    the partition table if not chrooted, to avoid a variety of races.
  - dmraid.patch: Don't probe dmraid devices unless they are whole disk
    devices, not partitions. Also set UUID of newly created dmraid
    partition devices.
  - fix-head-size-assertion.patch: Fix probe_partition_for_geom() to fail
    gracefully rather than abort with PED_ASSERT().
  - dm_p_separator.patch: Device mapper type should not automatically mean
    add 'p' before the partition number. Fall back to adding it only if
    the previous character is a digit. This complies with kpartx behavior
    and Linux behavior "since the dawn of time".
  - remove-dev_t-dep.patch: Remove incorrect code from arch/linux.c that
    made assumptions about the meaning of dev_t causing mounted partitions
    to not be identified on dmraid devices and extended partition numbers
    >= 16.
  - 16-dos-partitions.patch: Handle >16 partitions on DOS partition
    tables.
  - dm-part-sync.patch: Backport fix to allow modifying partitions on
    dmraid disks while other partitions are in use.
  - skip-floppy.patch: Don't probe floppy drives.
  - hfs-probe-corrupt.patch: Don't let a corrupt FS evoke a failed
    assertion.
* loop-partitions.patch: refresh, one hunk moved into debian's
  md-partitions.patch.
* Apply eglibc-2.16 FTBFS gnulib patch, from bison package.

lp:~xnox/ubuntu/raring/parted/r-proposed 1 Development 2012-10-23 10:53:30 UTC 2012-10-23
117. * Resynchronise with Debian. Remaini...

Author: Dimitri John Ledkov
Revision Date: 2012-10-23 10:53:15 UTC

* Resynchronise with Debian. Remaining changes:
  - gptsync.patch: On Intel Mac systems, write a synced MBR rather than a
    protective MBR.
  - loop-partitions.patch: Backport some changes to allow use of
    partitionable loop devices.
  - udevadm-settle.patch: Run 'udevadm settle' either side of rereading
    the partition table if not chrooted, to avoid a variety of races.
  - dmraid.patch: Don't probe dmraid devices unless they are whole disk
    devices, not partitions. Also set UUID of newly created dmraid
    partition devices.
  - fix-head-size-assertion.patch: Fix probe_partition_for_geom() to fail
    gracefully rather than abort with PED_ASSERT().
  - dm_p_separator.patch: Device mapper type should not automatically mean
    add 'p' before the partition number. Fall back to adding it only if
    the previous character is a digit. This complies with kpartx behavior
    and Linux behavior "since the dawn of time".
  - remove-dev_t-dep.patch: Remove incorrect code from arch/linux.c that
    made assumptions about the meaning of dev_t causing mounted partitions
    to not be identified on dmraid devices and extended partition numbers
    >= 16.
  - 16-dos-partitions.patch: Handle >16 partitions on DOS partition
    tables.
  - dm-part-sync.patch: Backport fix to allow modifying partitions on
    dmraid disks while other partitions are in use.
  - skip-floppy.patch: Don't probe floppy drives.
  - hfs-probe-corrupt.patch: Don't let a corrupt FS evoke a failed
    assertion.
* loop-partitions.patch: refresh, one hunk moved into debian's
  md-partitions.patch.
* Non-maintainer upload to fix partitioned md devices (bug #684713)
* backport md-partitions.patch: libparted/arch/linux.c
  (_device_get_partition_range): Use /sys/block/DEV/ext_range instead
  of range sysfs file.

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