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Re: open issues with the hppa port

On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 8:43 AM, Andreas Barth <aba@not.so.argh.org> wrote:
> Things have become better, I'd like to thank you for that.


> There are still more issues with hppa popping up than with other
> architectures, but the general direction looks promising. For this
> reason, we have decided that we try to avoid the additional burden of
> packages getting out of sync, and keep hppa in our list of "normal
> supported architectures" at this time. We are only able to keep it
> this way if the good work continues, the switch to ntpl happens etc
> etc - I definitly hope it will work out well.

The nptl enabled hppa libc packages are in experimental.
apt-get -t experimental install libc6

I'm using this page to track what's not building/overdue:

This page tracks what the parisc porters are looking at:

Strace being broken was my highest priority, and that's now fixed, so
we can get some reasonable process traces when things go wrong.

The top of my queue is to work on hppa build stability issues with
Dann Frazier <dannf@dannf.org>.
Second to that is keeping the package queue building.


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