[pkg-go] Finally built docker.io 1.9.3 from nightly branch!

Potter, Tim (Converged Cloud) timothy.potter at hpe.com
Fri Feb 19 10:12:48 UTC 2016

On 19 Feb 2016, at 4:55 PM, Tianon Gravi <tianon at debian.org> wrote:
> On 18 February 2016 at 21:34, Potter, Tim (Converged Cloud)
> <timothy.potter at hpe.com> wrote:
>> Hi everyone.  I’ve finally managed to get the nightly docker.io branch building against sid.  Some
>> light testing was performed at it all seems to work.  Hooray!
>> I don’t have permission to push to the package repo on alioth, so the patches I’ve made are
>> available on my user account, also in the nightly branch:
>> git://anonscm.debian.org/users/tpot-guest/docker.io.git
> You're a modern hero, Tim (in spite of my being horrible).

Haha - thanks.

> The patches you've added look generally sane, but I'm a little curious
> how you came by them (since they're somewhat less trivial than the
> "version bump our deps" patches we've got so far) -- mind adding a bit
> of DEP-3 to them to explain where they come from?
> (http://dep.debian.net/deps/dep3/ -- hopefully they're just backported
> upstream patches?)

Will add some DEP-3 of course.  I think the patches are mostly due to weird “between release”
snapshots of dependencies that the Docker team have been using.  It may have been a
mistake using notary 1.0 as that’s where the bulk of the patch comes from.  Maybe in the
future release versions of dependent libraries might be used instead of git snapshots.

> It also looks like "endophage-gotuf.patch" has a little bit of odd
> whitespace in it that could use "gofmt". :)
> Also kind of hoping the subject of this email was a typo, and that
> you're not somehow testing Docker 1.9.3 (which wasn't ever released).
> :D

Crud - it was Friday afternoon so there may be more typos than usual.  (-:
Was too excited to do a proper cleanup job before sending out the announcement.

Will take a look at all the other things you point out too - thanks for the feedback.


> ♥,
> - Tianon
>  4096R / B42F 6819 007F 00F8 8E36  4FD4 036A 9C25 BF35 7DD4

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