morse package is "Architecture: any" but build daemons won't act

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morse package is "Architecture: any" but build daemons won't act

Joop Stakenborg-3
It looks like the morse package isn't built by the build daemons, even
though it is "Architecture: any" in the control file. I think this
might be caused by the morse package in oldstable, which was a totally
different package with the same name and i386 only.

Someone needs to trigger the build daemons, please?

Thanks,
Joop pa3aba at debian dot org


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Re: morse package is "Architecture: any" but build daemons won't act

Adam D Barratt
On Wed, 2008-05-07 at 21:45 +0200, Joop Stakenborg wrote:
> It looks like the morse package isn't built by the build daemons, even
> though it is "Architecture: any" in the control file. I think this
> might be caused by the morse package in oldstable, which was a totally
> different package with the same name and i386 only.
>
> Someone needs to trigger the build daemons, please?

It's listed in Packages-arch-specific
(http://cvs.debian.org/*checkout*/srcdep/Packages-arch-specific?root=dak) as being i386-specific. If that's no longer the case, you need to e-mail one of the people listed at the top of the file and ask them to remove it.

Regards,

Adam


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Re: morse package is "Architecture: any" but build daemons won't act

Joop Stakenborg-3
2008/5/7 Adam D. Barratt <[hidden email]>:
>
>  It's listed in Packages-arch-specific
>  (http://cvs.debian.org/*checkout*/srcdep/Packages-arch-specific?root=dak) as being i386-specific. If that's no longer the case, you need to e-mail one of the people listed at the top of the file and ask them to remove it.
>

Thanks, will do.

>  Regards,
>
>  Adam
>

regards,
Joop


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