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hppa and haskell packages


I’m well aware that some haskell packages are quite heavy to build. But
I’m surprised to see hppa fail where arches like armel and mips* cope.
Is there something else broken?

These packages’ build failure on hppa prevent a testing migration:

hlint (hppa, needs haskell-src-exts)

These packages could be added to testing if they would build on hppa:

haskell-regex-tdfa (hppa, mipsel)
haskell-src-exts (hppa, armel, mips, mipsel, s390)

These packages never built on hppa, so the build failure does not hinder
the migrations:


Can you possibly try the builds again on a stronger hppa buildd box, if


Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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