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Re: hurd-i386 qualification for Wheezy

Ansgar Burchardt, le Mon 28 May 2012 13:10:32 +0200, a écrit :
> Samuel Thibault <sthibault@debian.org> writes:
> > - We are rebuiding the archive without debian-ports, it should be over
> > before the end of May. debian-ports now only contains packages helpful
> > for users; it is no longer used by the buildds since the archive
> > rebuild started.
> I keep track of packages that were not yet rebuilt on [1].  It's now
> down to 583 packages (from 7000+ in the end of April).
> Note that this includes packages in experimental which I believe are
> not that important.

A hundred of them are indeed from experimental, which I indeed hadn't
scheduled for rebuild, now being done, since that can't hurt.

For the rest,

~40 fail due to an oddity in the linker which does not seem to happen
on Linux, but might end up there too, I'll have to dig more and detail
about it on d-devel and d-gcc.

65 are waiting for the fix in libusb (#668950).

A few dozens are waiting for the fix in psmisc (#673485) for php5

Others are failing, mostly due to the switch to gcc-4.7 or other broken
transitions, or are depending on unavailable packages, and marked as
such in the wanna-build database (and thus considered as out of date).

There is one odd case: gadfly can't be binNMU-ed, see #623578.


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