Re: libmikmod/stable on hppa version problem
On 07/16/2010 12:09 AM, Luk Claes wrote:
> On 07/15/2010 11:57 PM, dann frazier wrote:
>> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 11:52:28PM +0200, Luk Claes wrote:
>>> On 07/15/2010 10:04 PM, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 2010-07-15 at 21:04 +0200, Thijs Kinkhorst wrote:
>>>>> We have run into a problem with libmikmod on stable-security in the most
>>>>> recent DSA. That was released with the version number 3.1.11-a-6+lenny1,
>>>>> following the usual scheme. However, as it seems hppa had a version that used
>>>>> the old binNMU numbering scheme: 3.1.11-a-6.0.1, which is considered newer:
>>>> [also visible on http://release.debian.org/proposed-updates/stable.html
>>>>> Is there a way that we can solve this for hppa, or is the only way out a new
>>>>> DSA update for all 12 archs with only change a new version number?
>>>> I've been trying to think of an answer that doesn't necessitate a
>>>> complete rebuild, but haven't come up with one thus far.
>>>> Any solution that involves a sourceful upload will need to be rebuilt on
>>>> all architectures. I'm not sure if the security archive / buildd setup
>>>> makes it possible to only attempt to build a package on a restricted set
>>>> of architectures; even if it does, as soon as the package is accepted in
>>>> to proposed-updates the remaining architectures will then be auto-built
>>>> for stable.
>>> I guess that only a manual build of a binNMU old scheme on hppa will
>>> save you from having a sourceful upload and rebuilds on all
>>> architectures. Probably the hppa buildd admins (in Cc) can help here?
>> I can certainly do a build/upload if someone points me to the binNMU
>> old scheme process :)
> AFAIK, it's a matter of updating the changelog with an entry with the
> appropriate version (3.1.11-a-6+lenny1.0.1) and building the binary package.
Oh, I replied too fast: The version should be higher than
3.1.11-a-6.0.1, but have the changes of 3.1.11-a-6+lenny1, so it is a
bit more tricky. You'll have to start from the package for
3.1.11-a-6+lenny1, but will have to add/update the version to
3.1.11-a-6.0.2 or something similar.