Re: hamm freeze
On Tue, Mar 10, 1998 at 10:18:04PM +0100, Eric Delaunay wrote:
> hamm will be frozen in few days, but what should be made about the sparc
> port? Are we ready for a release?
> I did a quick check on the Packages file:
> 616 packages were compiled for sparc (don't know how many are up-to-date)
> 296 packages are arch indep.
> (about 1500 packages are in the dist).
> If we want to release something, we need at least a core distribution (base &
> net stuff, some admin tools, minimal X11 stuff).
> So, can we write a list of what should be (re)compiled first ?
> It comes to mind some packages already in the process queue:
> - silo big troubles with libc6 :-((
> - glibc a new release is available for testing
It's already in master's Incoming. I'm waiting for Guy Maor
to install it.
> - binutils 126.96.36.199.21 is out (maybe solve the silo problems ???)
I'm building binutils-188.8.131.52.23 now.
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