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Heading for unstable


not all arches have built ghc yet (waiting for mips* and hppa), but we
will get there. Building libraries and their dependencies also seem to

So, should we move to unstable now and start updating all the libraries?

Also, should we move to unstable with a regular upload, where the ghc
packages are built by the buildd’s against ghc6, or by somehow copying
existing ghc-7 binaries to unstable and _then_ doing a sourceful upload?
Previously I thought the latter might be easier, but I think our package
actually builds find against ghc6, so I guess we can go with the former.

None of the outstanding issues on
http://wiki.debian.org/Haskell/CollabMaint/GHC could as well be done in
unstable, assuming the build failure is really related to dash in
experimental (which is highly likely).

If you start updating the library packages, note that we want the
platform 2011.2.0.0 versions:


Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
Debian Developer
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