Re: mpich C++ translation: Ready to go!
On Sun, 2005-10-16 at 22:50 -0400, Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-10-16 at 13:51 +0200, Frank Lichtenheld wrote:
> > On Sun, Oct 16, 2005 at 04:40:31AM -0700, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > > FWIW, we're very close now to being able to get everything into testing.
> > > The remaining blockers are:
> > >
> > > rmpi needs built on arm and hppa
> > > scalapack needs built on arm, hppa, mipsel, and sparc
> > > octave2.1 needs built on arm
> > > octave-gpc needs built on alpha, ia64, and mips (but I've just found
> > > its non-free build-dep is RC buggy on alpha and ia64, so this will
> > > probably be dropped)
> > fwiw I've removed octave-gpc a week ago already...
> I filed an RC bug against scalapack such that it builds now on ARM, and
> apparently, PPC (judging from the list above); I'm building the -10
> package on ARM now (but it takes quite a while). I can take care of
> octave2.1 and rmpi on ARM also.
scalapack, octave2.1 and rmpi are all built now everywhere except m68k.
scalapack just turned ten days old, so according to bjorn.haxx.se
nothing is preventing its migration to testing. I think we're about
ready to go!
> Parmetis (mine) is non-free, so someone must have hand-built it for
> mips. I'll ask for removal of the old mips binary.
Bug 334313 is reported fixed, but the mips binary is still in my mirror.
I think this means it has been removed from unstable but this hasn't
"propagated to testing" somehow...
> Looks like we're about done!
And now, as far as I can tell, we are done. Anything else to do?
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