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Re: Bug#878926: Users of btrfs-progs from stretch-backports will need a bpo of btrbk (>= 0.25.1)

Sorry I forgot about this.

I just created a "stretch-packports" branch in the btrbk-packaging
repository [1], and have successfully built a package.

As I'm not a debian user myself, I'm not able to make appropriate tests,
and I'm not able/willing to upload the package myself (for the main
debian release, I usually ask Yaroslav Halchenko to build and upload the
package after I update the btrbk-packaging repo).

@Nicholas can you build and upload the bpo based on the btrbk-packaging

  [1]: https://github.com/digint/btrbk-packaging/tree/stretch-backports


- Axel

On 2017-11-02 19:56, Nicholas D Steeves wrote:
> Dear Backports Team,
> I'm not sure if Axel Burri is interested in maintaining a
> stretch-backport of his package btrbk (I asked, an am waiting for a
> reply).  As part of my continuing updates of a btrfs-progs backport I
> plan to upload a version >> 4.12 (specifically 4.13.3); however,
> btrbk-0.24.0-1 in stretch is incompatible with btrfs-progs (>= 4.12).
> Btrbk was not in the archive when I began maintaining a
> jessie-backport of btrfs-progs, and I have no interest in maintaining
> a bpo of btrbk.  Would someone on the team please consider maintaining
> one if Axel isn't interested?
> https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=872836
> https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=878926#21
> Thank you,
> Nicholas

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