[Piuparts-devel] remaining updates targeting for jessie

Holger Levsen holger at layer-acht.org
Mon Dec 1 09:26:34 UTC 2014

Hi Andreas,

On Montag, 1. Dezember 2014, Andreas Beckmann wrote:
> I use reportbug to file bugs, so I get '^$pkg: ' for free :-)

ok, point taken & convinced.

> But I find 'foo: fails to install' rather useless if I later have too
> look at bugreports again. I'd prefer something like
> #767826:
> python3-django-assets: fails to install: SyntaxError: Missing
> parentheses in call to 'print'


> > I'm not convinced this is the proper route to address the underlying
> > issue. Not sure how to...
> The *only* benefit of that alias is to reuse jessie_$arch.tar.gz for
> testing_$arch.tar.gz. The only place where this is used is the
> testing2sid test. And it needs piuparts-slave.

ok, still something we support though.
> for piuparts itself it does not matter if you use "-d testing" or
> "-d jessie", both are available from the mirrors

well, right now.

> >> I hope that's it for 0.61 and jessie.
> >> (If we need to change anything w.r.t eatmydata, we could branch this off
> >> from 0.61 in case develop already contains non-freeze-qualifying
> >> commits.
> looks like eatmydata got a pre-approval, so this should be good


> > basically they are all fine...
> > 
> > Maybe I'm just lazy and should just cherry-pick those 13 "good" commits
> > and simply refuse this one apple which ain't ripe yet ;-)

I still lack explaination for the limits changes... :/

> please give the resolv.conf bits a bit testing before uploading - it
> looks good on my side now

ack. (though I will only test on piu.d.o, but the change looks sensible to me 

> the only thing left to do is looking at debsums for distupgrades of the
> apache stack that renames conffiles and moves them to a different
> package at the same time - and I would prefer to not use --warn

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