Re: Monitoring OCaml transition to 3.11.0
Romain Beauxis a écrit :
I wonder: is liquidsoap really concerned by the transition ?
It only depends on ocaml packages on build, so it shouldn't block any
transition. I see this is the same at least for freetenis.
The source packages are those that build-dep on OCaml, and the red/green
cells are are those that have a runtime-dependency to OCaml (the others
are shown as "unknown"). AFAICT, the "unknown" cells would not block the
transition. It's the case for liquidsoap.
IMHO, it might be a good idea to ask a binNMU for these packages anyway,
just to be sure it compiles everywhere with the new OCaml (and not just
stumble on a FTBFS later when we don't expect it).