Compiling unstable packages for libc5
>>"Martin" == Martin Buck <Martin-2.Buck@student.uni-ulm.de> writes:
Martin> On Wed, Oct 22, 1997 at 11:52:00PM -0800, Bruce Perens wrote:
Bruce> There are obvious advantages to doing something like that in
Bruce> the project rather than outside of it.
Martin> I couldn't agree more, but if the project does nothing about
Martin> the issue (besides from discussing it to death), it's no
Martin> surprise that third parties start to offer their own
I seem to recall that there was a machine offered that ran
stable for people to compile on. If that is the case (and I'm not
merely hallucinating), I offer to compile the latest make for
libc5. I intend to use debian revisions 0.X for libc5 compiled
unstable packages, so that dpkg would upgrade to hamm when the time
We need to decide on the section keyword, and decide whether
this unstable-for-libc5 section would have subdirectories
(main/binary-i386/admin ....), and would it have contrib, non-free,
and non-us categories as well?
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