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.debs uploaded to frozen/unstable only going into unstable?



Hello world,

(Cc'ed to the two ports that are most affected)

It seems that some of the autobuilt packages intended for frozen and
unstable both are only getting added to unstable.

For example:
    [ajt@master ~]$ ls {woody,potato}/main/{binary-alpha,source}/*/alevt*.???
    potato/main/binary-alpha/x11/alevt_1.5.1-3.deb
    potato/main/source/x11/alevt_1.5.1-4.dsc
    woody/main/binary-alpha/x11/alevt_1.5.1-4.deb
    woody/main/source/x11/alevt_1.5.1-4.dsc@

Note that the sources are the same (and even symlinked appropriately), but
the potato .deb is out of date. The .diff.gz includes "frozen unstable"
in the changelog, so I can't see any *obvious* reason why this would
happen.

The stats (numberr .deb's in woody that should be in potato as well) are:

    157 alpha
      0 i386
     21 m68k
     19 powerpc
    203 sparc

Anyway, the complete list of .debs (as generated by [0]) is at
	http://master.debian.org/~ajt/woody-not-potato.txt

Cheers,
aj

[0] for a in woody potato; do 
        for b in alpha i386 m68k sparc powerpc; do 
            echo $a $b; 
            (cat $a/main/binary-$b/Packages; echo) | 
              sed 's/^source: \([^ ]*\) (\([^)]*\))$/source: \1 \2/' | 
              awk '/^Package:/ {P=$2; S=P} /^Version:/ {V=$2; SV=V}; 
                   /^source:/ {S=$2; if (NF == 3) SV=$3} 
                   /^$/ { print S, SV, P, V }' | 
              sort > $a.$b; 
        done; 
    done

    for a in woody potato; do 
        echo $a; 
        (zcat $a/main/source/Sources.gz; echo) | 
          awk '/^Package:/ {S=$2} /^Version:/ {SV=$2} /^$/ {print S, SV}' |
          sort > $a.source; 
    done

    for a in potato woody; do 
        for b in i386 alpha sparc m68k powerpc; do 
            echo $a $b; 
            perl -e 'open S, "<potato.source"; 
                     while(<S>) { chomp; @x = split / +/; 
                                  $srcv{$x[0]} = $x[1]; } 
                     close(S); 
                     while(<>) { chomp; @x = split / +/; 
                                 if ($x[1] eq $srcv{$x[0]}) { print "$_\n"; } 
                               }' $a.$b > $a.$b.match; 
        done; 
    done

    for a in alpha i386 m68k powerpc sparc; do 
        diff potato.$a.match woody.$a.match | sed -n 's/^> //p' > diff.$a; 
    done

    for a in alpha i386 m68k powerpc sparc; do 
        echo "$a:"; 
        cat diff.$a | 
          while read s sv p v; do 
               printf "    %s %s\n" $p $v; 
          done | 
          sort; 
        echo; 
    done

-- 
Anthony Towns <aj@humbug.org.au> <http://azure.humbug.org.au/~aj/>
I don't speak for anyone save myself. GPG encrypted mail preferred.

 ``The thing is: trying to be too generic is EVIL. It's stupid, it 
        results in slower code, and it results in more bugs.''
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