Re: What happened to libreoffice-common in archive?
On 2017-10-11 16:11 +0200, Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> How can the following be possible?
> Note that I have not changed the mirror, and "apt update" does not
> give any error.
> cventin:~> apt-show-versions -a libreoffice-common
> libreoffice-common:all 1:5.4.2-1 install ok installed
> libreoffice-common:all 1:5.2.7-1 stable ftp.fr.debian.org
> No stable-updates version
> libreoffice-common:all 1:5.4.1-1 testing ftp.fr.debian.org
> No unstable version
> No experimental version
> libreoffice-common:all 1:5.4.2-1 newer than version in archive
> Why "No unstable version" while
> says "libreoffice-common (1:5.4.2-1)"?
> Is this a bug with the mirror?
No, in dak: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=825398.
Basically dak is not ready for source-only uploads and considers any
arch: all package that has not become available at the same time as the
source package as obsolete. If there are no reverse dependencies, the
arch: all package is removed.
Since libreoffice takes 6-18 hours to build on the buildds, this happens
with every libreoffice upload. :-(