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Re: Ask for removal of a binary package: how?



Thomas Goirand <thomas@goirand.fr> writes:

> However, I saw here:
>
> http://ftp-master.debian.org/~jeroen/rene-full.txt
>
> Not Built from Source
> ---------------------
>
>  * dtc_0.28.2-1 builds: dtc-common, dtc-core, dtc-cyrus,
> dtc-postfix-courier, dtc-stats-daemon, dtc-toaster
>       but no longer builds:
>         o 0.25.3-2: dtc
>
> and a bit later:
>
> dak rm -m "[auto-cruft] NBS" -b dtc [ ... ]
>
> so does that mean that I have nothing to do, and that this will be
> processed automatically?

I believe that's correct, except that the processing is only
semi-automatic and has to be kicked off by a person.  But I don't think
you need to file a bug for this case.

You need to file a bug if you drop a package from only some architectures
that previously had that package, but if you stop building a binary
package entirely, that's caught by the audit scripts.

-- 
Russ Allbery (rra@debian.org)               <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>


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