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Re: uploading rocm-device-libs 5.0.0

Thank you for the consecutive shots!

Sadly hipamd won't probably make it for the Debian freeze
of Jammy in 10 days :<

BR, Maxime

On 2/14/22 21:58, M. Zhou wrote:
> Sure that could be helpful sometimes. You may add that in the
> future if you want that. We can go ahead without the CI file
> for our circumstance as it's not mandatory.
> Of course, don't forward my words to other newcomers please.
> Newcomers are encouraged to collect debugging information
> through any measure that helps, incl. CI.
> On Mon, 2022-02-14 at 21:51 +0100, Maxime Chambonnet wrote:
>> (I've just been notified on #debian-mentors that many packages still 
>> lack the salsa CI files.)
>> 2/14/22 21:48, M. Zhou wrote:
>>> Ok I see. Thank you guys for the quick reply.
>>> I shall upload it shortly.
>>> On Mon, 2022-02-14 at 21:13 +0100, Étienne Mollier wrote:
>>>> Hi Mo,
>>>> Maxime Chambonnet, on 2022-02-14:
>>>>> On 2/14/22 20:40, M. Zhou wrote:
>>>>>> Is there anything remain to be fixed in git before the
>>>>>> upload?
>>>>>> Upon your confirmation I'll proceed with the upload. Then
>>>>>> update rocr-runtime to 5.0.0 as well.
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>> dev-libs and rocr-runtime 5.0 look good for finalization/upload
>>>>> to
>>>>> me!
>>>> The only change I had to bring (Architecture split) is already
>>>> part of the trunk, so you can go ahead I guess.
>>>> Thank you,  :)

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