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Re: Problem with octave-plplot

On Tue, Dec 28, 2004 at 12:49:21AM +0100, Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
> * Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd@debian.org> [2004-12-27 16:56]:
> > The octave2.1 package is being held back by lack of a powerpc package. No
> > idea why.
> I do not understand neither.  The following buildd report:
> http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.php?&pkg=octave2.1&ver=2.1.64-1&arch=powerpc&stamp=1102128513&file=log&as=raw
> tells that octave2.1 was successfully built on powerpc.  What is going on?

Oh, right, yes. I *had* noticed that too, but forgotten.

As I say, this is a complete mistery.  [ It is also odd to wait for powerpc
which used to be one of the most reliable arches. ]

So: any word from the release team on this, please ?

> > For octave-plplot, the dependendies are much messier and releated to gcc 3.4
> > and the libunwind mess. That is way behind me, but my octave-forge is being
> > bitten by the same problem.
> I am lost here, since I do not know at all why plplot ends up depending on
> gcc-3.4.  Do you now why it is so with octave-forge?

No. When we had the octave-forge / ginac interaction, Steve joined the
discussion and IIRC mentioned something toolchain related on one of the
arches. The libunwind story is related to that.


If you don't go with R now, you will someday.
  -- David Kane on r-sig-finance, 30 Nov 2004

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