[Pkg-dspam-misc] DSPAM packages

Matthijs Möhlmann matthijs at cacholong.nl
Sun Jul 18 09:43:01 UTC 2010

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On 07/17/2010 08:34 AM, Julien Valroff wrote:
> Hi,
> The 3.9.1 release is being prepared upstream, it should be released in
> August or September if no major bug is found in the meantime. I would
> like to see this version uploaded to experimental as soon as it is
> released. I am hence extensively testing the packages in the
> experimental branch in our svn repo. I would appreciate if someone could
> review them in the meantime.
> Also, I would like to test them with piuparts, to avoid any major issue
> when users will upgrade from the old 3.6.8 still in unstable - any hint
> on how to run these tests with such a large bunch of packages?
> The packages are also tested by various users, as they are publicly
> available in my personal repository (it seems most Debian users get
> these packages sooner or later, as upstream even recommend using them
> instead of the outdated official packages).
> Kurt also stated he was working on getting RC bugs fixed in the 3.6.8
> version. Any news on this? If nothing happens, don't you think 3.9.1
> could be directly uploaded to unstable?
> Cheers,
> Julien

Hello Julien,

Good to hear that 3.9.1 is being prepared. The current version in the
trunk is at this moment 3.6.8 ?

Is there any reason not to update the trunk instead of
branches/experimental ? If you can update to the current version you
have in the experimental branch I'm willing to upload them.

To test the packages with piuparts is pretty easy:
Install piuparts: aptitude install piuparts

After that execute:
piuparts dspam-3.9.1_amd64.changes

Then it will take all packages. See the manpage for examples.


Matthijs Mohlmann

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