[php-maint] Bug#570111: Bug#570111: php5: FTBFS in parallel mode: .../usr/lib/php5: File exists
thijs at debian.org
Mon Feb 22 15:24:30 UTC 2010
On Mon, February 22, 2010 15:50, Raphael Geissert wrote:
> On 22 February 2010 04:48, Thijs Kinkhorst <thijs at debian.org> wrote:
>> 5.3.1-4 is ready to migrate today. Perhaps it would be better to have
>> version migrate to testing, and after that fix this bug and make another
>> upload, since we can in this stage of the releaseprocess use the extra
>> days of 5.3 being exposed to testing users really well. Another upload
>> will take quite some days because buildd backlogs etc.
> If I had not screwed my build last night I would have already uploaded
> a fixed package.
> I won't play BTS ping-pong but downgrading the severity is incorrect
> as some buildds already build with parallel=<n> (and some added it
> after php5 was built).
> So please revert the severity.
> The package won't migrate anyway because it would break packages in
> testing; they either need to get binNMUed or removed (api change =
> transition). And that's what I've been coordinating with the RT.
Hmm, strange because I checked the usual 'migration excuses' scripts but
these didn't show any of those as blocking the migration, only the RC bug.
But probably you're right here.
I don't see much added value in reverting the severity again though, as it
only adds a potential blockage point while all buildds have successfully
built the package already. As the fix has at this time been committed it
will be included in the next upload so any new builds are unaffected by
the issue. I don't see a concrete gain in increasing the severity again.
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