El martes, 9 de septiembre de 2003, a las 13:05, Andreas Barth escribe: > Normally packages are uploaded to sid. So, they must be build on sid. Packages must be uploaded to sid. So, they normally are built on sid. This makes more sense to me. I usually backport packages from unstable. Some of them seem to have been packaged using woody, some of them seem to have been packaged using sid. For those in the first group, a simple apt-get build-dep satisfies build dependencies and everything is very easy. For those in the second group, sometimes you have to recursively backport libraries, newer autoconf or automake versions, or even the Debian helpers. Obviously, I would make sure that my packages *also* build on sid (and maybe even on sarge) before seeking an sponsor. Regards, Ismael -- "Tout fourmille de commentaries; d'auteurs il en est grande cherté"
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