mdz at ubuntu.com
Wed Nov 25 13:20:50 GMT 2009
On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 12:48:44PM +0100, Oliver Grawert wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, den 25.11.2009, 11:08 +0000 schrieb Matt Zimmerman:
> > Instead, I'm proposing:
> > * Rebuild the packages in the archive
> > Isn't that much simpler and more effective?
> it definately is simpler, but with the amount of buildds we have it will
> put us out of work for quite some time. we are lacking build hardware
> for it to fulfill the effective part and still do our work ...
I don't see why this should create a problem if the builds are spaced out
(as I suggested) and run at a lower priority relative to the packages that
> we decided to do a test rebuild of all the libs in main for which tobin
> davis will establish an additional automatic LSB ABI test on the build
> machines, so we see ABI breakage induced by the toolchain switches (this
> will give us an overview of all the libs).
> Then, once DIF is in place we will generate a combined list of all
> packages in main modulo the ones on the images (which are definately
> getting uploads/rebuilds anyway) and the packages already pulled from
> debian before DIF, so we get a list of the remaining packages that
> havent been touched yet and will upload these manually.
Yes, I'm definitely not suggesting rebuilding the things which were already
rebuilt in the normal course of development. Only the ones which aren't
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