Re: update excuses: what does "but foo is screwed anyway"?
Colin Watson wrote:
>Philip Blundell <email@example.com> wrote:
>>"Marcelo E. Magallon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> * out of date on arm: libwings-dev, libwmaker0-dev, wmaker (from
>>> 0.61.1-4) (but arm is screwed anyway)
>>> what does that mean? In particular, what relation does that bear with
>>> the installability (or lack of it) of a package into testing?
>>The "but ... is screwed anyway" doesn't really mean anything; it certainly
>>doesn't bear any direct relation to the installability of the package.
>At the moment, "but $arch is screwed anyway" seems to indicate that the
>testing scripts are allowing those architectures to get a little out of
>sync. man-db is a fairly good example.
Oops, yes, looks like I was mistaken.