Re: Uploaded glibc-pre2.1 2.0.106-0.2 (hurd-i386) to master
>>>>> Joel Klecker writes:
JK> Your only real error was the source package, what you need to do
JK> with glibc is unpack the main sources and add-ons into a
JK> glibc-pre2.1-<version>.orig directory, then copy that to
JK> glibc-pre2.1-<version>, and place the debian/ directory in the
JK> latter directory.
Okay, I've done that now... the reason this was broken is that I
accidentally moved my old glibc-pre2.1-2.0.106.orig.tar.gz file out of
my build directory.
JK> I do read debian-hurd and help-hurd, BTW.
Oh, well in that case, I'll be much more verbose. ;)
JK> Normally it would be, I think Christian's objection is mainly
JK> that the sources for the current sparc libc6 binary packages
JK> (almost) got stepped on again.
How can I upload things so that nothing ``gets stepped on''? Which
parts do I need to upload again, or should I just do another dupload
The entire process of how a file gets from
/home/Debian/ftp/private/project/Incoming into the ftp archive is a
mystery to me, and so I was unaware that there was potential for
clobbering another person's work.
Thanks for your help,
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