Re: openssl will block bacula into etch?
John Goerzen <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sun, May 28, 2006 at 02:55:39AM +0200, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
>> > regards,
>> > -- stratus
>> Any source that builds udebs is always frozen (openssl builds
>> libcrypto0.9.8-udeb). Udebs have to be moved into testing manualy and
>> without the freeze the source+deb and udeb versions would drift apart.
>> Another reason for this is so that the Debian-installer have a
>> consistent set of udebs to work with.
> Hmm. But openssl is in testing already, and bacula doesn't build-dep
> on a newer version. Why does it matter?
I bet it depends on the new version that isn't in testing.
Looking at the packages.qa.d.o page for bacula I see different reasons
why bacula won't go into testing. Age, Bugs. Fix that before you worry
about some depends.
>> You have to ask -release to hint openssl in if the bacula change is
> Done. There was no Bacula in testing at all, since it had been
> removed in February due to bugginess. So yes, I'd call it important.
Nothing important then. No bugs or security holes to fix.