Re: RFS: archivemount (updated package, 3rd try)
On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 01:26:02PM +0200, Sven Hoexter wrote:
> On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 11:48:39AM +0300, Nanakos Chrysostomos wrote:
> > On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 08:53:33AM +0200, Sven Hoexter wrote:
> > > The original problem was that fuse-utils wasn't available on kfreebsd
> > The problem was not in kfreebsd but in hurd-i386.
> I have the slight feeling we're talking about different issue here.
> According to #613119, which you even close in your changelog, it's been
> about kfreebsd, and as far as I can tell there's been no fuse-utils package
> on kfreebsd nor hurd and there is now no fuse package on both of them.
> So this problem isn't solved at all.
Yes, the problem remains on both of them.
> I currently can't say if archivemount is of any use without the rest of
> the fuse tools or not. Looking at the blocking bug #613300 I don't think
> it is but I've not digged that deep yet. If it is indeed useful to have
> on kfreebsd without fuse the dependency has to be adjusted accordingly
> [!kfreebsd-i386 !kfreebsd-amd64]. Otherwise using linux-any seems to be
> a good solution, it's not worth to build a package on architectures where
> it can't be used anyway.
As I can see the solution is using linux-any at the moment.
> > The problem still remains even if Daniel Baumann has adopted and
> > uploaded a new version of the fuse package. Please check  again to see
> > that the status of hurd-i386 architecture has a dependency installability.
> > So even with this change archivemount will remain in the current state
> > and useless for all linux users. I prefer the package to be sponsored
> > and used for now only from linux and kfreebsd users and when everything is
> > ready we will upload the package again including the missing architecture.
> > I included kfreebsd-any in the Architecture Field and re-uploaded the package.
> > Please bare in mind that the package remains in the current state for more
> > than 300 days waiting fuse-utils for the hurd-i386 arch.
> Uh since when is hurd a release architecture? The migration seems to be
> stopped by the RC bug mentioned above.i
You are right.
> > > only a dummy package. This requires some re-evaluation of the situation and
> > > adjustmend of the archivemount depends.
> > Do we need that for the moment?
> IMO it would make sense to do it now while you're at it, I'd guess that
> Daniel would like to fate out the old fuse-utils package sooner or later
> anyway. So switching now to a versioned depends on fuse >=2.8.5-2 is IMO
It seems reasonable. Fixed already.
> Beside that:
> There's still lintian barking at the issue with the description. I'm not sure
> if lintian is 100% right there and if the deselect issue is still present but
> double spaces in front of the * should do the trick. IMHO all the (useless)
> dotted empty lines are a bit ugly, I would revert that.
Fixed by simply adding double spaces in front of the *.
> You should also check your changelog, beside closing a bug which
> isn't fixed with arch kfreebsd-any the changelog only states the change from
> any to linux-any. The changes to debian/rules are also missing.
I would like to keep my first change which was only linux-any. What do you mean
that the changes to debian/rules are missing? I have made the changes you proposed
and added the reverse one in clean. No more lintian errors. Maybe I'm missing
something here, please enlighten me.
I hope this time everything is fine and the package could be sponsored.
Package re-uploaded to mentors.
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