gauvainpocentek at yahoo.fr
Fri Feb 10 22:29:04 GMT 2006
A part of the work is submitted on malone. Here are the source packages
which can be rebuild without any dependency issue (with malone bug number):
Debdiffs are attached to each malone bug, and bugs have been assigned to
The other source packages concerned by the ocaml transition, which need
the previous packages to be fixed are netclient, ocamldap, ocaml-http,
pxp (depend on ocamlnet) and ocamldbi (depend on ocamlodbc). I'll take
care of this package tomorrow (need some rest for the moment ;) )
Stefan Potyra wrote:
> Hi List and Gauvain,
> I just noticed, that Gauvain filed some bugs w. debdiffs regarding
> ocaml-packages to malone, please don't upload these (blindly) yet.
> Unfortunately upstream version freeze hit us in the middle (or beginning?) of
> unstable's ocaml-transition to a new upstream version of the ocaml-compiler.
> ocaml packages need to have a strict dependency, since different upstream
> versions of the compiler may lead to incompatible libraries (see , Section
> What needs to be done:
> a) find out, which packages aren't transitioned yet
> b) find out, in which order these packages can be transitioned (build-depends
> will need to be transitioned, before a package can be transitioned).
> c) Adjust build-dependencies and/or dependencies where these are hardcoded,
> and upload in a way that hopefully no dep-wait's will occur.
> Gauvain, would you like to do this analysis and eventually provide debdiffs?
> If so, please send the analysis to the list. If you have debdiffs as well, you
> can just send these to me (or attach them to bugs and send me a mail with
> bug-numbers), and I'll care for uploading.
> : http://pkg-ocaml-maint.alioth.debian.org/ocaml_packaging_policy.txt
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