Re: [buildd-tools-devel] Bug#843773: Bug#843773: misleading timestamps in binnmus
On Sun, Jan 01, 2017 at 05:40:44PM +0100, Guillem Jover wrote:
> The only correct "solution" I see while keeping the current mess, would
> be to declare binNMU versions a globally shared resource across all
> architectures (in and out of archive!), trigger them globally for all
> architectures (or replay them for late comers)
As someone who tried to make unofficial jessie for x32, I say: hell yeah,
oh so much please do this! Or better yet, just drop that concept altogether
and instead make binNMUs automated _sourceful_ uploads.
For someone who's trying to simulate testing/stable at home, inconsistent
binNMU versions create such a mess that, despite jessie-x32 being mostly
done, you didn't hear it announced, I didn't bother to build security
updates as planned, it's a bitch to upgrade to unstable, and I'm not trying
that again for stretch.
So here's another reason for your idea, and why binNMUs are bad.
Autotools hint: to do a zx-spectrum build on a pdp11 host, type:
./configure --host=zx-spectrum --build=pdp11