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Bug#667863: Britney hints for octave transition



Joachim Breitner <nomeata@debian.org> writes:

> Am Montag, den 16.04.2012, 11:51 +0200 schrieb Mehdi Dogguy:
>> [ Dropped CC to -release and replaced it by 667863@bugs.debian.org ]
>> 
>> On 16/04/12 11:26, Sébastien Villemot wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > As part of the octave transition, the following hints should be
>> > added to allow testing migration of a bunch of Octave-related
>> > packages:
>> >
>> > easy octave-communications/1.1.0-2  octave-control/2.3.50-1
>> > octave-data-smoothing/1.3.0-2 octave-econometrics/1:1.0.8-6
>> > octave-financial/0.3.2-3 octave-ga/0.9.8-3
>> > octave-miscellaneous/1.1.0-1 octave-optim/1.0.17-2
>> > octave-signal/1.1.2-1 octave-statistics/1.1.0-1
>> > octave-struct/1.0.9-2 octave-time/1.0.9-4 octave-vrml/1.0.11-2
>> 
>> > easy octave-ocs/0.1.3-1 octave-odepkg/0.8.0-1
>> >
>> 
>> octave-ocs and octave-odepkg need to migrate at the same time as the
>> other packages. So they should be part of the big easy hint.
>
> Are you sure? SAT-Britney also thinks that they can migrate separately.
>
>> I've added the easy hint and will be processed shortly. (So we will see
>> if it did work)
>
> It worked:
> http://release.debian.org/britney/update_output.txt
> But actually, no manual work should have been necessary; SAT-Britney did
> come up with exactly the hints that Sébastien submitted.

Sorry then for having requested useless manual intervention. I was not
aware of SAT-Britney, it seems to work well :)

Thanks,

-- 
Sébastien Villemot
Researcher in Economics & Debian Maintainer
http://www.dynare.org/sebastien
Phone: +33-1-40-77-84-04 - GPG Key: 4096R/381A7594

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