Re: Checking package builds on hppa/arm/m68k?
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Benjamin Mesing wrote:
>>"Please (re)check, if the package can be built by g++ > 3.4
>> on [hppa/arm/m68k]"?
>>Do I simply remove the explicit build dependency on g++,
>>upload the package and wait if it succeeds (and probably
>>create another package version with the build dependencies
>>re-added again if it still fails)?
> As Matthias Klose in his announce , this workaround is no longer
> needed (if you are speaking about the issue affecting a lot of QT/KDE
My issue was the ICE which occured on these platforms for (also
non-Qt/KDE) c++ builds (I think this is not related to the
Since this bug seems to be solved now, and Matthias also said
"Please (re)check, if the package can be built" I was just wondering
what the proper way of checking is.
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