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Re: Buildds still not picking up new architectures, why?

On Mon, Aug 07, 2006 at 03:01:41PM +0200, Ludovic Brenta wrote:
> Michael Banck writes:
> > Couldn't you get the problematic outdated packages (I assume this is
> > the case if you're talking about [testing?] transitions) removed
> > temporarily?
> No, that would not solve the problem.  The problem, as the subject
> line says, is that the buildds are not building my packages on all
> architectures.  I need to see the build logs on all archs before
> I'm satisfied that my packages are in good shape.
> The Ada transition does not require the removal of any package.
> >> If Ryan is the only person who can fix this, then Debian has a
> >> problem;
> > 
> > I assume the Debian administration team is responsible for this
> > task, but as Ryan is also a w-b and p-a-s admin, it sounds
> > reasonable to expect he will tend to it.
> Someone else (lamont) did the changes I requested on p-a-s; now the
> only remaining problem is that the buildds are not taking the new
> version of p-a-s into account, because they can't talk to the CVS
> pserver.
Hi Ludovic Brenta.
it is my understanding that each arch has its own wanna-build that uses
its own copy of a p-a-s file. So, that would mean that there would have
to be more than one copy updated. If this is not the case, then could
some enlightened soul illuminate the facts. Is it also true that that
there is a ftpmaster copy of p-a-s that overrides a porter copy?
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