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Re: Automatic building of (parts of) the archive

Frank Küster <frank@debian.org> writes:

> Goswin von Brederlow <brederlo@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de> schrieb:
>> Frank Küster <frank@debian.org> writes:
>>> Hi,
>>> in order to test whether packages that build-depend on tetex can still
>>> be built with the upcoming version 3.0, I would like to automatically
>>> build as many of these packages.  I know where I can read about setting
>>> up a buildd, but two questions remain:
>>> - are there any scripts that hand over the next package in a list after
>>>   one build has finished (without setting up a copy of wanna-build...)?
>> You can preseed the local queue with packages just fine. 
> Is this documented in the sbuild package, or somewhere else? For a
> starter, I looked at Andreas Barth's cheat sheet, but there he only
> mentions manual building of packages, no local queue.
> TIA, Frank

Its buildd specific. If its queue is empty it contacts wanna-build and
puts the new packages into the queue. I can't remeber the filename but
that should be easy to see from the source.


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