Status of OCaml packages on Ubuntu Karmic - 2009-06-10

LD 'Gus' Landis ldlandis at
Thu Jun 11 20:15:14 UTC 2009


OT: from OCaml

  Looking for "seasoned developer" advice.

  I am new to the "Debian world"... I have some packages
  that I want to get into the Ubuntu repositories, but getting
  them in a the "source" level (e.g. Debian) would be even

  How is this done?

  I have just started my involvement here in Ubuntu-land,
  but this OCaml thread made me wonder if moving
  upstream wouldn't be a better place to be.  TIA!


On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 1:47 PM, Onkar Shinde<onkarshinde at> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 10:06 PM, Dmitrijs
> Ledkovs<dmitrij.ledkov at> wrote:
>> Cool =D With my packages it seems that ubuntu autosync is also usually
>> triggered after the Debian automatic removal (superseeded packages in
>> experimental and etc). Anyways so far I had to wait for autosync 0-7
>> days. Plus as far I can see only fully build and published packages in
>> sid get synced.
> No. Ubuntu only syncs source from Debian. The packages are built on
> Ubuntu build servers.
> Onkar
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