[It would be better if you had mailed the debian-x mailing list, as there is nothing particularly private or privileged about the following information. I am therefore CCing the debian-x mailing list.] On Sun, Mar 02, 2003 at 05:07:30PM +0100, Fabio Massimo Di Nitto wrote: > Hi Branden, > sorry if this bother you but i need to ask you a piece of > information. I have noticed that X4.2.1-6 had some FTBFS. I have checked, and the only FTBFSs of which I am aware were caused by the unavailability of the latest version of libpaper1 on various build architectures. As far as I know, once that is satisfied, XFree86 4.2.1-6 should build on all architectures in unstable. > Which is your plan now? Do you intend to fix this in a 4.2.1-7 > relatively soon or you intend to go for X4.3? Reason why Im asking is > that if your plan are for a 4.2.1-7 i will not release 4.2.1-6+ipv6 > and wait. If you will go for X4.3 I will release with -6 and get ready > to send the ipv6 patches upstream with more info about their > integration on the latest release. It will make me feel more > comfortable if i can test them before. Of course Im NOT pushing you to > release anything so don't misunderstand me :-) Just to plan my > activity according to yours. I do plan to release a 4.2.1-7, to fix some important runtime problems that were introduced in 4.2.1-6. I plan for that to be my last release in the 4.2.1 series. -- G. Branden Robinson | Imagination was given man to Debian GNU/Linux | compensate for what he is not, and email@example.com | a sense of humor to console him for http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | what he is.
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