Re: noweb stuck in sid
* Riku Voipio [Sun, 27 Jul 2008 19:18:29 +0300]:
> On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 01:27:57AM +0100, Adeodato Simó wrote:
> > * Hubert Chathi [Sat, 19 Jul 2008 11:35:20 -0400]:
> > > How is that? noweb just depends on gawk, iconx, and libc6, and the
> > > dependency on iconx is unversioned, so shouldn't it be satisfied with
> > > the version of icon that's in testing?
> > There is no noweb in armel in testing, though, so in order to migrate
> > noweb/2.11b-7/armel, britney wants to migrate iconx/9.4.3-1/armel first.
> > And see #475952 about that...
> > However, since noweb/armel is broken in testing anyway, migrating it
> > does not makes things worse, so I've added a force hint to let noweb
> > migrate.
> And to fix that last part, should I upload a icon/9.4.2-2.8/armel to
> t-p-u or can you force icon/9.4.3-1/armel in?
We can't force icon/9.4.3-1/armel, not without the rest of arches, which
can't happen because sparc is out of date.
If you really want, you could do a binary-only upload of icon/9.4.2-2.8/armel
to t-p-u, yes. I *believe* britney will migrate it, which would be good.
> The traditional way of "fixing" icon build problems was to add -O0
> as default - now all archs (including sparc) have this flag enabled :-|
Hm, if sparc has it enabled, why is it still failing there?
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