Bug#649460: release.debian.org: improved architecture annotation in dependency analysis script/page
usertags 649460 - britney
On Mon, 2011-11-21 at 01:39 -0500, Michael Gilbert wrote:
> Package: release.debian.org
> User: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Usertags: britney
> Severity: wishlist
The issues you're describing relate purely to the output in
migration/testing.pl, not britney; there isn't really an appropriate
usertag for migration/, but it's not britney :)
> Hi, wine is held back because of a lot of missing packages in testing,
> but only on kfreebsd-amd64 .
>  http://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=wine-unstable
It's somewhat confusing that you mention the "wine" package, and then
refer to a link which is about the "wine-unstable" package.
In any case, you appear to have overlooked the fundamental issue. The
reason that wine-unstable isn't migrating has nothing to do with
kfreebsd-amd64. I assume you're deducing this from the "dependency
analysis" section - the section that also suggests that:
eglibc depends on hurd-dev >= 20080607-3, which is not available in
which is clearly not a kfreebsd-amd64 issue.
The reason that wine-unstable isn't migrating is listed at the top of
wine-unstable is not yet built on amd64: 1.1.34-1 vs 1.1.35-1 (missing 19 binaries)
wine-unstable is not yet built on powerpc: 1.1.29-1 vs 1.1.35-1 (missing 18 binaries)
i.e. it has build regressions on multiple architectures. The same is
true for wine/amd64.