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Re: test-cycle-1 CD's debian-cd diff

Le Fri, May 26, 2000 at 11:22:29AM +0100, Philip Hands écrivait:
> I'm pretty certain that's not the case, and that this patch sorts the
> problem out:
> --- debian-cd/xxx/debian-cd/tools/list2cds      Mon May  1 05:59:01 2000
> +++ debian-cd/debian-cd/tools/list2cds  Fri May 26 11:21:37 2000
> @@ -149,6 +149,10 @@
>  close STATUS;
>  msg(0, "   Standard system already takes $cd_size bytes on the first CD.\n");
> +$limit = $deflimit - $cd_size;
> +
> +msg(0, "   ...  which leaves $limit bytes for the rest of CD #1\n");

I wonder what you're trying to do here ... The size taken by the base
system is already counted in $cd_size, why do you want to lower the limit
by that much ? The size issue is because of the disks-$arch dir not
because of the base system, make list is called for each arch so that if
the base system have different size it's automatically taken care of.

>   Use of uninitialized value at /home/phil/debian-cd/debian-cd/tools/cds2src line 144.

This is warning message produced by the fact that some source packages
don't have a Section header where they should have one ... you woudln't
see it if -w wasn't used in the perl command line but it's safer with -w
... there's less chance that we miss a problem.

Raphaël Hertzog -+- http://strasbourg.linuxfr.org/~raphael/

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