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Re: How to migrate to testing

* Arno Töll <debian@toell.net>, 2012-01-24, 11:48:
The problem is now that the new version depends on some packages that are still not available everywhere (libatlas-base-dev),

Like where? (Presumably you meant s/depend/build-depends/.)

and it also fails to build on mips and mipsel (when running the unit test of the package). [..]
So, what should I do now?

Yes. Testing migration rules require that the package is built on all architectures it built in the past in order to enter Testing [1].

File a ftpmaster removal bug (ANAIS - architecture not in source) of outdated architectures in unstable for your package. Once they did, your package can migrate again [2].

Err. Removing binary packages should be only done a last resort.

Also, ANAIS means "architecture (is) not allowed in (Architecture field in) source (package)". It _does not_ mean "the package is out of date on this architecture".

Jakub Wilk

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