[xml/sgml-pkgs] Bug#676686: Bug#676686: libxslt1.1: libxslt1.1 binNMU broke multi-arch installability
mgilbert at debian.org
Thu Jun 14 17:59:25 UTC 2012
On Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 1:07 PM, Julien Cristau <jcristau at debian.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 12:25:42 -0400, Michael Gilbert wrote:
>> Wouldn't the ideal solution be non-architecture-specific changelogs?
> No, that would be very much non-ideal. One should be able to schedule
> binNMUs for a subset of archs,
I did not suggest that. Anyway, maybe this will be a bit clearer.
Let's say an existing package is at version +b1 on amd64, and it needs
to get a binnmu, then a +b2 package is built on amd64, its changelog
is taken and stuffed it into all of the other 'Multi-Arch: same' +b1
packages, which are now called +b2, and all of them uploaded. Those
other architectures didn't undergo a rebuild, but nevertheless, they
got new packages.
Then lets say a +b3 is needed on i386, then the same is done, and the
'Multi-arch: same' amd64 package (and others) get stuffed with the
i386 +b3 changes (which includes the prior amd64 +b2 changelog).
> and one shouldn't have to look up whether
> a package builds m-a:same binaries.
This is a new special case that will need to be handled somehow,
right? Look-ups are not that expensive; although admittedly the time
spent writing the infrastructure supporting may not be.
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