Re: Debconf and other outdated packages
Is it possible that some packages are still missing? For instance the X
server is -8, whereas pure64 has -10.
When I upgraded pure64 to gcc-3.4 I had to leave the -10 packages
installed because they have some important fixes. Today I was trying to
find out why wxwidgets2.5's compilation is failing (see below), but I
couldn't readily install the -dev packages I need to compile it because
I don't have the X's -dev packages corresponding to the binaries I've
installed. Maybe I should also install X's -dev packages from pure64 for
On a second look to wxwidgets2.5 compilation's log in
gcc-3.4/buildd-logs it looks like it's downloading the build
dependencies from pure64, as it's actually fetching the -10-dev X
packages. Anyway, in case somebody knows before hand about this problem,
the error message is:
checking for strcasecmp() in string.h... no
checking for strcasecmp() in strings.h... no
configure: error: No case-insensitive string comparison function found.
make: *** [configure-gtk-shared-stamp] Error 1
The log is from Feb, 2nd.
As usual, thanks a lot.
Andreas Jochens wrote:
On 05-Feb-09 21:23, Javier Kohen wrote:
I was wondering why some packages which are successfully compiled by
buildd for gcc-3.4 don't make it to the pool. One particular case is
debconf 1.4.45, which fixes some awful looking error messages when
running dpkg. Another is the Is there always manual intervention
involved in moving the packages to the pool? I'm afraid I don't know how
Debian works on that level.
Thanks for the report. Usually there is almost no manual intervention
necessary. However, something went wrong with the archive's source
update and also with the upload of some packages.
I just rebuilt and uploaded quite a few missing package versions.
The debconf version 1.4.45 is now available in the archive.
Javier Kohen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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