Re: haskell transition: qiime makes qiime uninstallable?
I admit I did not followed the previous discussion but from my
perception there is no big harm done if qiime would be removed from
kfreebsd-i386 if this is the simplest (in terms of causes the less
On Thu, Jun 07, 2012 at 12:31:37AM +0100, Steven Chamberlain wrote:
> On 07/06/12 00:00, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
> > On Wed, 2012-06-06 at 23:54 +0100, Steven Chamberlain wrote:
> >> [...]
> >>> trying: qiime
> >>> skipped: qiime (4 <- 501)
> >>> got: 34+0: i-11:a-4:a-4:i-5:k-10
> >>> * kfreebsd-amd64: qiime
> >> I understand the package is uninstallable because of a dependency on
> >> king -> libjogl-java (uncompiled on kfreebsd-* with gcj), but the same
> >> would be true on kfreebsd-i386 as well so that doesn't explain the above.
> > britney short-circuits the architecture loop as soon as an
> > installability problem is detected on one architecture [...]
> Ah I see, thanks!
> Does that mean qiime should removed from testing on kfreebsd-* then?
> (I'm Cc'ing Andreas Tille on this mail.)
> The only alternatives I see would be to:
> a) port libjogl-java to kfreebsd-* (assuming it can even be built with
> gcj), or
> b) get openjdk-7 built on kfreebsd-* (it might be ready soon, but can't
> promise it before freeze).
> Steven Chamberlain