Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Brendan O'Dea wrote:
> > Everything from that pool with the exception of libwww-perl was pushed
> > into unstable last night. libwww-perl was omitted by request of Joey,
> > who made the NMU:
> > "I've uploaded libwww-perl since a lot of stuff needed it, but it
> > fails some regression tests and should be kept out of the main
> > archive, please."
> > The current version fails one test. There is a newer version (5.65)
> > available upstream which appears to build cleanly; the changelog reads:
> > Make HTTP::Date compatible with perl 5.8.
> Mike, would you like a NMU to the new upstream version? This is not the
> only one of your many perl modules that needs updates for 5.8, so I
> understand if you're a bit swamped.
Yes. In fact, the 5.8.0 thing has hit me quite bad, in that I'm in
the middle of a commercial project where I can't just go whacking my
box upside the head, as it were, in the middle.
I apologize if I've been excessively silent about it---I've been on a
deathmarch to try and get things to the point to where I could do the
Debian thing, but I've just run out of time.
NMU away kids, I hope to be back to catch up on all this in a couple