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Re: Changes to potato today

On Mon, Dec 20, 1999 at 03:06:08PM +0100, Matthias Klose wrote:
> Richard Braakman writes:
>  > I've made these changes to potato today:
>  > 
>  > removed a whole bunch of egcs-related libraries that no longer have source:
>  >     alpha: libg++2.8.2-glibc2.1, libg++2.8.2-glibc2.1-dbg,
>  >            libg++2.8.2-glibc2.1-dev, libstdc++2.9-glibc2.1,
>  > 	   libstdc++2.9-glibc2.1-dbg, libstdc++2.9-glibc2.1-dev
>  >     i386:  libg++2.8.2, libg++2.8.2-dev, libg++2.8.2-glibc2.1-dbg,
>  > 	   libg++2.8.2-glibc2.1-dev, libstdc++2.9, libstdc++2.9-glibc2.1-dbg
>  >   	   libstdc++2.9-glibc2.1-dev
>  >     powerpc: egcs-nof, libg++2.8.2, libg++2.8.2-dev, libstdc++2.9
>  > 	   libstdc++2.9-dbg, libstdc++2.9-dev
>  >     sparc: libg++2.8.2, libstdc++2.9, libg++2.8.2-dev, libstdc++2.9-dbg
>  > 	   libstdc++2.9-dev
>  >     arm:   libg++2.8.2, libg++2.8.2-dev, libstdc++2.9, libstdc++2.9-dev
> why are the runtime libraries removed? They are built by the egcs1.1
> source package.

egcs1.1 builds "libstdc++2.9-glibc2.1" and "libg++2.8.2-glibc2.1".
We don't have source for "libstdc++2.9" (the 2.0 version), and we
can't build it on a potato system.

I don't know what was up with alpha, but its libstdc++2.9-glibc2.1
package had "egcs" as its source, not "egcs1.1".  Recompiling
egcs1.1 for alpha should fix that.

Richard Braakman

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