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From Angus Lees <>
Subject Re: Debian Sarge und Embperl
Date Tue, 10 Aug 2004 02:01:16 GMT
At Thu, 5 Aug 2004 16:11:16 +0200, Gerald Richter wrote:
> > It seems that this is the current schedule:
> >
> > > 13 August 2004
> > > 185 RC bugs
> > > Last call for low-urgency uploads
> > >
> > > This is the last day for uploads of low-priority changes to get
> > > into sarge.  Uploads after this date will miss the cutoff for
> > > the sarge freeze.
updates this to 17 August, but we really don't want to be leaving it
until the last day..

> Angus, are you able to make an upload before the 13 Aug. when I give you a
> 2.0 on the 11 of August?

Probably.  There isn't going to be any version of Embperl (2) in sarge
at all at the moment however, since the test suite doesn't pass on
alpha or ia64.

See for the
logs of build failures and the details in the bug report at

Gerald, if you can spend some time on it this week, I'm pretty sure I
can get you a login on an ia64 machine with suitable debugging
packages available.  I'll start the wheels in motion for this now
since it will take a day or so of email-turnaround to arrange.

Apparently I also have to deal with some changes in perl 5.8.[34]:

Gerald, having looked at this I'm a little confused how the error
counter for error.htm *ever* counted the right number of errors.
error.htm mostly produces perl warnings and ignores
errors matching /Warning/ ..

My apologies for not having chased the alpha/ia64 test failures harder
when we had more time to deal with it.

 - Gus

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