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Re: last build date of a package

>>>>> On Fri, 28 Mar 2003 17:15:33 -0800, Randolph Chung <tausq@debian.org> said:

  Randolph> In reference to a message from David Mosberger, dated Mar
  Randolph> 28:
  >> This must be a FAQ but I can't seem to find the answer anywhere:
  >> with "apt-cache show PKGNAME", I can get all kinds of interesting
  >> information about a package.  However, I don't see the _date_ the
  >> package was last built.  Am I missing something obvious?  (Yes, I
  >> can go to the "pool" and check the date there, but that's an
  >> extra step which I'd like to avoid.)

  Randolph> you can also go to http://buildd.debian.org/ and look at
  Randolph> when the autobuilder tried to build the package. this
  Randolph> doesn't work 100% reliably tho (e.g. if the log didn't get
  Randolph> sent to the repository)

That looks like the right thing.  However, if I search the database
(http://buildd.debian.org/build.php) for "xserver" or
"xserver-xfree86", I don't get any hits.


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