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Old 10-10-2010, 11:03 AM
Ludovic Brenta
 
Default Bug#599704: gnat-4.4: FTBFS: Build-Depends on gcc-4.4-source (=4.4.4) which is no longer in testing

Package: gnat-4.4
Version: 4.4.4-5
Severity: serious
Justification: FTBFS
Tags: testing patch

The package currently in testing, gnat-4.4 (=4.4.4-5), build-depends on
gcc-4.4-source (>= 4.4.4), gcc-4.4-source (<< 4.4.5). This condition is
no longer satisfied in testing because of the migration of
gcc-4.4-source (=4.4.5-1) into testing.

There are three possible ways to solve this problem:

1) Do not change the packaging of GNAT, but remove the build-dependency
on gcc-4.4-source; include the entire pristine source of GCC 4.4.4 (57
MiB or so) in the .diff.gz. This is what Matthias Klose has done in
gnat-4.4 (=4.4.4-6), already uploaded to unstable.

2) Do not change the packaging of GNAT, update the build-dependency to
gcc-4.4-source (>= 4.4.5), gcc-4.4-source (<< 4.4.6), and add a large
patch to the .diff.gz that reverts all the changes between 4.4.4 and
4.4.5. Not attempted yet.

3) Update the packaging of GNAT and the build-dependency on
gcc-4.4-source by merging all the changes in gcc-4.4 between 4.4.4-1 and
4.4.5-2. This is what Matthias has done in gnat-4.4 (=4.4.5-0) and
uploaded to experimental.

I have verified that 4.4.5-0 preserves the .ali files, so I think it is
suitable for testing. I have uploaded 4.4.5-1 to unstable with low
priority. Please unblock the package so that 4.4.5-1 can migrate to
Squeeze after its normal period in unstable.

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Old 10-11-2010, 07:51 AM
Ludovic Brenta
 
Default Bug#599704: gnat-4.4: FTBFS: Build-Depends on gcc-4.4-source (=4.4.4) which is no longer in testing

reopen 599704

thanks



The bug is tagged testing but not fixed in testing yet. Please close this

bug only after the package migrates to testing. Also, I intend to use this

bug as reference for requesting unblocking of the package.



Before 4.4.5-1 can migrate, it must build on all platforms; unfortunately

it FTBFS on s390 and armel. I have not yet had time to investigate why.



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Old 10-11-2010, 08:10 AM
Matthias Klose
 
Default Bug#599704: gnat-4.4: FTBFS: Build-Depends on gcc-4.4-source (=4.4.4) which is no longer in testing

On 11.10.2010 09:51, Ludovic Brenta wrote:


reopen 599704

thanks



The bug is tagged testing but not fixed in testing yet. Please close this

bug only after the package migrates to testing. Also, I intend to use this

bug as reference for requesting unblocking of the package.



Before 4.4.5-1 can migrate, it must build on all platforms; unfortunately

it FTBFS on s390 and armel. I have not yet had time to investigate why.


the bug was closed with a version information. when looking at the report on the
web site, you'll see the red/green graph when the report is fixed. If there are
other issues, then please open other reports, but don't misuse this one.
currently building on s390. this is a buildd problem, not one in the package.




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