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Re: Source only uploads?

Andrew Suffield <asuffield@debian.org> writes:

> On Fri, Oct 17, 2003 at 04:30:03PM +0200, Sven Luther wrote:
> > Sure, the ideal would be to rebuild everything in pbuilder
> Stop.
> Who has been perpetrating this myth? It's idiotic.
> The objective is not to create Debian packages that build in an
> artificial environment. The objective is to create Debian packages
> that build on any Debian host that is running the same release.
> The worst thing we could possibly do, short of never building the
> packages, is to build them all in an artificial environment. Since the
> buildds are by their nature artificial, it falls to the maintainer to
> build the package on a real-world system.

Uploads are different from building.

Who said the maintainer should stop building packages or test what
they do before uploading? They deserve to be shot.

Its good for the autobuilders to check again if a package builds in a
mainly minimal environment. Esspecially since binary-all packages are
never crosschecked with binary uploads.


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