Re: updated libc6, perl and apt packages?
On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 02:31:37PM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote:
> Hi guys,
> Any chance of updated glibc, perl and apt packages? glibc's had a minor
> revision bump (2.2.1-1 to 2.2.2-1), perl's had a major reorganisation, and
> well, apt finally got released.
And apt failed to build as well:
Installing update to ../build/scripts/dselect
Creating html for dpkg-tech.sgml to ../build/docs/dpkg-tech.html
nsgmls:/usr/lib/sgml/catalog:2:8:E: CATALOG entries cause loop
nsgmls:/usr/lib/sgml/catalog:3:8:E: cannot open "/usr/lib/sgml/stylesheet/dsssl/
sgmltools/sgmltools.cat" (No such file or directory)
nsgmls:/build/cts/apt-0.5.0/doc/dpkg-tech.sgml:1:26:W: cannot generate
system identifier for document type "DEBIANDOC"
nsgmls:/build/cts/apt-0.5.0/doc/dpkg-tech.sgml:1:26:E: reference to entity
"DEBIANDOC" for which no system identifier could be generated
Full log: http://people.debian.org/~cts/failed_logs/apt_0.5.0.dsc_20010301-1856
I updated smgl-base to 1.07, maybe that helps. If so, that should be added
as versioned build-depends (last build took 5 hours, so you will not hear
results from me before monday).
To sum up, all problems solved? glibc-2.2.2. does not build yet on m68k,
perl fails a test in the chroot and is now built by the maintainer, apt has
some build-dependency bug. Big progress. Happy weekend everybody.