Re: after dupload...
On Fri, Mar 02, 2001 at 12:37:47AM -0500, Aubin Paul wrote:
> I just uploaded my first package via dupload to master/incoming. While
> it works, and has been tested repeatedly by hand, I didn't rebuild the
> package on Alpha, Sparc, etc. I understand there is an autobuilder,
> but I'm curious as to when it will be built on those platforms and
> whether I'll recieve any log information.
That is sort of invisible. Usually the porters will file a bug report
if your package doesn't compile, but that's done by hand and sometimes
they have a backlog. Some of the buildd's have urls where you can
check out the build logs, but as far as I know there is no easy way
to find out what they are.
The update-excuses output from the testing scripts (
http://ftp-master.debian.org/testing/) has made this a bit easier,
you can see there which architectures have recompiled your package
-- but only for those which already had an older copy to begin with.
> I'm especially curious since the package was originally a sponsored
> upload, and there was a bug against it. This new package fixes the
> bugs, and since they were specifically 64-bit related, I'm wondering
> what happens next.
The best thing is probably to ask the submitter.