Re: Checking buildd logs
I only build the packages on i386 as that's the system I have
to build on myself... When I do prepare my packages to be upload'd to
ftp-master I run a 'dpkg-source -b <source directory> <orig.tar.gz>'
and then run it through pbuilder which I update prior to building...
Run the packages through lintian and install locally to test... Then
I upload them... Having others test the packages prior if I have any
concern that I might have a system that's not normal...
This aids me in making sure my Build-Depends is acturate as if
it does not include it explicitly or by dependency of another package
then the build fails under pbuilder...
On Sun, Nov 04, 2001 at 06:56:49PM -0500, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 04, 2001 at 02:55:36PM -0800, Rick Younie wrote:
> > Several developer machines run buildds if you want to check things
> > out. gluck and voltaire for example.
> If you look on voltaire, you'll notice that I take the lazy man's
> approach to build daemons. It runs in a chroot, but it is by no means
> empty; in fact, almost every time I find a missing build dependency, I
> just toss the package in.