[SM-Discuss] glibc - test grimoire
Seth Alan Woolley
seth at positivism.org
Tue Feb 22 14:56:48 EST 2005
On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 08:34:12PM +0100, Arwed von Merkatz wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 09:53:00AM -0800, Eric Sandall wrote:
> > Quoting Seth Alan Woolley <seth at positivism.org>:
> > <snip>
> > > Arwed, Eric, shall I do this? How long after I do this do we bump gcc
> > > 3.4.x to test?
> > I'd say glibc is just about ready for stable if we don't receive any more
> > reports of breakage by tomorrow (February 23, 2005).
> Sounds good.
Tomorrow in your time? That's 6 PM here. ;)
> > As for gcc, I believe it's ready to go as well except for it breaking the
> > compilation of openoffice. Arwed?
> I was thinking of waiting until glibc hits the stable grimoire before
> getting gcc to test so the stable users don't have two major upgrades at
> the same time. Not sure what to do with it breaking openoffice. How many
> people are actually crazy enough to compile that beast from source?
> Other than that gcc 3.4 can go in as soon as the glibc update in stable
> is done.
It might be worth a gcc3.3 spell like we had with USEGCC2 a while back.
It might be smart to allow us to have many versions of gcc installed and
instead of USEGCCn have a DETAILS:GCC=3.3 variable. I'm pretty sure gcc
problems will happen again in the future during upgrades, so it just
might be worth it.
It might... might.. might. might mightmightightghthtt...
Anyways, you get the point.
> >  http://bugs.sourcemage.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6527
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