Re: Uploading amd64 packages
Goswin von Brederlow <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> And why would you need to do that?
> [This might sound harsh but it isn't ment as critizism] Is the
> inconvenience of having a i386 chroot on your amd64 to build and
> upload packages too much? You should have a chroot for building
> packages anyway so what does it matter if it is 32bit or 64bit?
I'm afraid, I don't like the tell-me-what-you-need-I'll-tell-you
how-to-get-along-without-it kind of answers. I serves status quo,
There are plenty of other relevant solutions that could have
been setup already.
> Once the source enters debian the amd64 archive will pick it up on the
> next dinstall run and the buildd will build the packages.
> If you need more, e.g. to upload to stinkypete or in case of binNMUs
> just ask in #debian-amd64 or, if it becomes more frequent, request a
> ssh login to the amd64 queue.