[Pkg-postgresql-public] Dropping postgresql 8.3 for squeeze

Dimitri Fontaine dfontaine at hi-media.com
Fri Jan 8 15:18:10 UTC 2010

Gerfried Fuchs <rhonda at deb.at> writes:

> * Dimitri Fontaine <dfontaine at hi-media.com> [2010-01-06 21:13:45 CET]:
>> The idea is to avoid editing the package for a testing to stable
>> migration, not to randomly build against whatever is the current major
>> versions in the release you happen to be building. IOW, we're in violent
>> agreement :)
>  Erm, you have said that way too often in this thread to not receive a
> response for it: There is *no* editing needed for a testing-to-stable
> migration; otherwise it wouldn't be a migration but a rebuild. There is
> also *no* editing involved in unstable-to-testing migration. The package
> is taken *as is*, there is no changes done to either the binary or the
> source package.
>  I think you have a major misunderstanding here, or at least choose bad
> wording that makes it sound that a migration of a package requires it to
> get rebuilt.

Then explain me with a right choice of words what I'm supposed to do for
fixing the followings bugs, and why:


I'm very curious about the misunderstanding I'm making here. VERY curious.


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