[arch-dev-public] postgres move

Eric Belanger belanger at ASTRO.UMontreal.CA
Wed May 7 23:01:30 EDT 2008

On Wed, 7 May 2008, Eric Belanger wrote:

> On Wed, 7 May 2008, Paul Mattal wrote:
>> Aaron Griffin wrote:
>>> On Wed, May 7, 2008 at 3:15 AM, Pierre Schmitz <pierre at archlinux.de> 
>>> wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>>  how is the status of postgres in testing? It is blocking php from being 
>>>> move
>>>>  to extra. postgres is in testing for 3 month now; so could it be moved 
>>>> to
>>>>  extra as well?
>>> If Paul doesn't respond to this, I'd say move it. There have been no
>>> big complaints for the one in testing (though, a cursory look through
>>> the bug tracker wouldn't hurt).
>>> So, maybe by the end of the day US time (now + 6 or 7 hours), I'd say
>>> move it unless Paul says otherwise in that time.
>> I'd love to move it. Are there any other packages not yet rebuilt? We've 
>> been asking people to do that since February. Perhaps they've done so but 
>> not updated the list?
>> Offenders on the list are postfix, libgda, pdns-pgsql, libpqxx, 
>> amarok-base, cyrus-sasl-plugins.
>> - P
> Tonight, if no one else does it before,  I could check the remaining 
> offenders to see if they are already in testing or if they need a rebuilt at 
> all. I'll either post the ones that still needs to be rebuilt or rebuild them 
> if time permits.
> Eric

I just noticed Paul has started to put these packages in testing. All 
these offenders: postfix, libgda, pdns-pgsql, libpqxx, amarok-base, 
cyrus-sasl-plugins don't need to be rebuilt.  The so bump is not in the 
main lib (libpq) that most apps links to but in other minor libs in the 

Paul: you can directly remove any rebuilt that you did for the offenders 
in testing and move the rest of postgresql stuff to extra.

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