Re: getting a list of out of date binaries in armhf testing.
Adam D. Barratt wrote:
If an out of date binary is removed from unstable will the corresponding
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On Fri, 2012-03-23 at 21:56 +0000, peter green wrote:
Afaict one of the key steps in getting an architecture to release status
is to deal with (prefferablly by fixing but I guess removing could also
be an option in some cases) any out of date packages for that
architecture in testing. Am I correct?
It's certainly a useful thing to do, yeah. Note that binary removals
from testing don't happen, though...
be removed from testing?
I did notice alpha and HPPA, but I didn't pay much attention, I assumed
just doing something silly about architectures that had been removed,
If so is there any easy way to get a list of such packages? I found
http://ftp-master.debian.org/testing/testing_outdate.txt but it doesn't
seem to cover armhf.
You didn't notice that it /does/ cover alpha, hppa and the interestingly
named "hppa~" architectures instead? ;-)
the whole file was hopelessly out of date.
Thanks, please inform me when you have done so so that I can start going
Basically, it's still pointing
at the britney1 output files, which haven't been updated in quite some
time now - since July, in fact. I'll get it updated to use the britney2
Ok should I file a bug against debian-www to get
http://www.debian.org/devel/testing updated? or is it not worth bothering?
[Also fwiw the above URL is a link to
http://release.debian.org/britney/testing_outdate.txt , which is more
canonical these days, given that ftp-master haven't run britney for a