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Re: Testing promotion of libunwind

On 2014-02-01 02:36, Daigo Moriwaki wrote:
> Hi team,


> Looking at buildd status, my 'libunwind' package has been "Installed"
> successfully on all the architecture that the package is expected to be
> built on. However, it has never entered testing. "Check why" [1] says that
> libunwind7 and libunwind7-dev blocks. But they are deprecated since the
> package now produces libunwind8. Could you please dismiss libunwind7 and
> proceed the package into testing?

Until yesterday, it was not possible for us to move forward with the
libunwind transition.  We have been forced to ask maintainers of reverse
dependencies to keep using libunwind7-dev to ensure their packages could
migrate to testing.  Therefore, there are still some uses of
libunwind7{,-dev} that we need to clean up before libunwind can migrate.
  To my knowledge that includes at least:

gcc-3.3: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-1)
gcc-4.4: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-6)
gcc-4.6: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-6)
gcc-4.7: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-6)
gcc-4.8: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-6)
gcc-snapshot: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-6)
gcj-4.6: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-6)
gdb: libunwind7-dev
gdb-msp430: libunwind7-dev
gnat-4.4: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-6)
gnat-4.6: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-6)
gnat-4.8: libunwind7-dev (>= 0.98.5-6)
julia: libunwind7-dev
linux-tools: libunwind7-dev

I have CC'ed the relevant maintainers,so they can fix their packages.

> Some testing migration effort is in progress according to the package site
> [2]. I have little idea on this project. If you are already struggling
> testing migration, I am sorry for my duplicated request.
> [1] https://release.debian.org/migration/testing.pl?package=libunwind
> [2] http://packages.qa.debian.org/libu/libunwind.html
> Best regards,
> Daigo

I know you have waited quite a bit for this, but I am afraid I need to
ask you to wait a while longer.


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