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Bug#217355: acknowledged by developer (fixed)

On Sun, Oct 26, 2003 at 08:48:32PM -0600, Debian Bug Tracking System wrote:
> This will be fixed with tomorrow's mirror pulse, with libc6 2.3.2-9
Thank you.
BTW, I am curious how it is possible. Please, correct me, if I am wrong.

There is one source package: glibc. This package is passed to builder
(human or robot, no difference for this analysis). If everyting is OK
some binary packages are build. If any error occurs... well, there are two
1. Compilation error. It stops process, we have no binary packages.
2. Package build error. It stops process, but is is possible that some debs
   are created. There are not signed and (I suppose) not accepted by katie.

In both cases we have none binary packages. 

This bug, however resolved, is weird for me. Could anyone explain me this
behavior or point me a mistake in my reasoning?

Thanks for your attention.

Dopóty dysk dane nosi, póki mu bootsector nie padnie
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