Re: /usr/lib/ocaml/3.06/ld.conf is still on my system
Quoting Sven Luther <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > Can't you wait for the current ocaml package to enter testing before
> > uploading a new one?
> Sure, i can wait, but if Stefano uploads the gdome2, we have to wait
> anyway for them to be ready too. The mini-freeze only makes sense when
> _all_ packages are in the freeze.
> So what do you think, should i wait, or fix the minor issues now ?
I don't think so. Every package depends on ocaml so it must enter
testing before the others. IMO. The ld.conf not removed is a very
minor problem, methink.
> The issues are the ld.conf stuff and i will drop the trailing .dpatch
> from the debian/patches/00list entries, to be compatible with older
> versions of dpatch, and thus allow easier woody backports.
I think we should stop taking care of woody backport and focus