Re: call for help with failed sparc package builds
On Thu, 7 Oct 1999, Dale Scheetz wrote:
> What is the meaning of the descriptions: "out of date" and "uncompiled"
> that are used after the package priority?
out of date = package has been compiled in the past and exists in the
archive, but it is outdated
uncompiled = package does not exist in the archive for that architecture
> Also, is the "could not autobuild" a catch-all for "unknown reason"?
How do you think the autobuilder should differentiate between all the
possible problems in autobuilding ? It is not an AI :)
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