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Re: m68k not a release arch for etch; status in testing, future plans?


On Wed, 18 Oct 2006, Steve Langasek wrote:

> On Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 09:37:59AM +0200, Riccardo wrote:
> > Debian has always been also one of the linux distributions which 
> > supported more architectures, I have used it a bit as "netbsd of 
> > linux". Just think of the long-standing efforts in 68k, hurd or sparc. 
> > We shouldn't loose our roots.
> So given that you are concerned about the consequences that dropping m68k
> from the release will have on our roots, when can we expect that you will be
> doing your part to get m68k back into a releasable state by fixing the kaffe
> build failure there?
>   http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.cgi?pkg=kaffe;ver=2%3A1.1.7-3;arch=m68k;stamp=1153832010

This build attempt is from before gcj was fixed and once the buildd gets 
to it, it will build fine.
What's the point of this? arm fails to build this currently, do they get 
kicked out now because of this?

bye, Roman

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