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Re: gcc-3.2 migration

#include <hallo.h>
* Daniel Burrows [Sat, Oct 12 2002, 08:53:36AM]:

> > I made a fuzzy scan and trace back of packages that may be infected with
> > g++-3.2 code:
> > http://people.debian.org/~blade/g++stats/c++potential-binary-packages.txt
> > More than half of them may be false alarms, but even so you can see that
> > there is some work to do.
>   How did you perform this scan?  I compiled the version of aptitude
> which is in the archive before g++-3.2 was released!  (and no, I didn't
> compile it with g++-3.1)

Brute-force scan of build logs, grep'ing for "g++", then some shell
hacks with apt-cache to make a list of reverse-depends, excluding
binary:all packages.

"The three principal virtues of a programmer are Laziness, Impatience,
and Hubris"                              (from the man-page for perl).

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