Re: The 98% and N<=2 criteria
* Peter 'p2' De Schrijver (email@example.com) [050321 22:30]:
> Because it should not be reason to throw out an entire architecture. Ie.
> if the package can not be compiled on $arch and the toolchain can not be
> fixed in time, then release $arch without the package instead of
> throwing out the whole arch.
That has happened, but that are not the really bad problems with the
toolchain. The really bad problems is if e.g. a class of packages starts
to fail to build from source. Or some new required kernel version forces
all to upgrade some autoconf-scripts.
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