[arch-dev-public] Rebuild of core repo will start in few (1-2) hours
daniel.isenmann at gmx.de
Thu Nov 15 19:22:59 EST 2007
On Thu, 15 Nov 2007 17:33:22 +0100
Daniel Isenmann <daniel.isenmann at gmx.de> wrote:
> after the PKGBUILD were fixed (big thanks to tpowa and Roman), I will
> start the rebuild of core repo in 1-2 hours. Packages which are in
> testing right now from core, wouldn't be affected of the rebuild. They
> are build with the new toolchain already.
> Please don't commit anything (no testing stuff, too) to the core repo
> until I finished and send an email as reply to this one.
> After finishing with rebuild, I will tag and commit the new PKGBUILDs
> to the core repo. I will put the packages to testing first.
> Be patient, because I will do the rebuild for both architectures (i686
> and x86_64).
> If anyone doesn't agree with the rebuild, please send a reply to this
The core rebuild is over. All packages are now in testing. I hope I
have rebuilt all packages, maybe I miss some not so important one.
Committing to core repo (and testing) are allowed now. Feel free to fix
packages if I have missed a package or (hopefully not) break one.
I'm going to shutdown my computer, it's a little bit HOT after
rebuilding two core repos simultaniously (thx goes to Intel
Core2Duo :D ). ;)
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