Re: Can we upload binaries using libc6 to hamm yet?
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Thomas Koenig wrote:
> David Engel wrote:
> >On Apr 21, Tom Lees wrote
> >> Seeing as hamm is supposed to be libc6, and I some new stuff to upload
> >> into hamm, can I compile it against libc6?
> >I would think so. FWIW, I'm building the new glibc 2.0.3 right now to
> >go into unstable.
> What about maintainers who don't have libc6 yet (like me)? Should I
> stop providing i386 binaries to hamm, and wait for somebody else to
> compile them for libc6? If I provide libc5 binaries, what about
> differeniating the *.deb file names for libc5 and libc6?
I don't see the point in doing that. If we have already decided hamm to be
libc6-based, all packages, sooner or later, must be re-compiled to use
Brian, after libc6 being installed in unstable, will you report a zillion
bugs against all packages requiring a recompile? [ This would also serve
as a developer-ping ].
I guess this is going to be fun :-)
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