[arch-dev-public] new flac
jeff at archlinux.org
Wed Aug 1 11:21:49 EDT 2007
On 8/1/07, Jan de Groot <jan at jgc.homeip.net> wrote:
> If they go to current directly instead,
> the packages that depend on it should be rebuilt during the same run of
> db-extra/db-arch. Wasn't this one of the reasons we have testing?
Any reason /arch/db-* can't/shouldn't run checkpkg themselves, and
force you to say "/arch/db-extra --force" or something if you want to
add something to the db that has a sobump? It seems like namcap is
something you run locally to check out your package, but errors are
not blockers to release of a package a lot of the time. checkpkg's
errors are almost usually a blocker to release. I think if it has an
error in checkpkg, just send an email to arch-dev, and add it to
[testing] until everything is caught up.
This slight change in workflow will greatly increase the "stability"
of releases that everyone has been talking about on the
. : [ + carpe diem totus tuus + ] : .
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