For some reason, the kfreebsd build of pilot-qof 0.1.1-2 has brought in the wrong dependencies! It's read the dependencies for 0.1.1-1 inexperimental (where libqof-backend-qsf0 was only recommended) instead of 0.1.1-2 in unstable where it is a dependency. This has resulted in
a failed build because the test suite cannot write data. http://packages.debian.org/unstable/utils/pilot-qof Something is definitely wrong because the affected buildd log is filed under experimental: http://experimental.debian.net/fetch.php?&pkg=pilot-qof&ver=0.1.1-2&arch=kfreebsd-i386&stamp=1158924872&file=log&as=rawBasically, the config of the kfreebsd buildd must be wrong somewhere, it's building an unstable package in an experimental config! pilot-qof 0.1.1-2 shouldn't be anywhere near experimental. I think this must be
a result of the libpisock8 to libpisock9 transition.Could someone take a look for me (I'm not a DD, I'm in NM) and rebuild pilot-qof 0.1.1-2 with the correct dependencies?
Thanks. -- Neil Williams ============= http://www.data-freedom.org/ http://www.nosoftwarepatents.com/ http://www.linux.codehelp.co.uk/
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