Re: Transition to OCaml 3.12.0...
On 10-02-2011, Ralf Treinen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 07, 2011 at 03:14:52PM +0100, Stéphane Glondu wrote:
>> All packages not in the table should be safely binNMU-ed. The table
>> summarizes work that will need to be done manually. Please have a
>> look, check your packages, and put your name in the slots you want
>> to handle yourself.
> I have some packages that would be binNMU-ed, but that I would like to
> update before starting the process. What would be the timeframe for
> doing that? If we could have at least one week or so before the migration
> starts that would be great.
I also have a pair of packages to update (sexplib, type-conv, bin-prot,
ounit). Since some of them will break the distribution and should
trigger the need to binNMU some other packages, I am not sure how to
proceed: 1) upload new version during the transition, 2) do it before
and ask for binNMU or 3) do it before and don't ask for binNMU
1) let us use the transition binNMU for ocaml 3.12 upgrade and package
upgrade which makes sense because some new versions are here to fix 3.12
build. But with 1), if something fails we will have a longer 3.12
2) should be the standard path outside the 3.12 upgrade but can delay
significantly the start of the upgrade
3) will let unstable in a broken state until the transition finished...
What should I (we) do?
Sylvain Le Gall
My company: http://www.ocamlcore.com