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

Gerfried Fuchs rhonda at deb.at
Mon Jan 11 09:46:11 UTC 2010

* Julien Danjou <acid at debian.org> [2010-01-11 10:28:50 CET]:
> At 1263199836 time_t, Martin Pitt wrote:
> > Does this summarize the current discussion?
> I'm not Dimitri but I'd say yes.

 Yes, it does - and they are indeed two different pair of shoes.

> > I totally agree that this can be made as easy as possible, but under
> > the assumption of keeping versioned -X.Y packages binNMUs can't work.
> Is there any change to regenerate d/control at build-time?
> You would provide the latest built one in the default source, and
> regenerates it as the first step of d/rules.

 This is something that the ftp masters (and I also think security team)
always objected to because it might result in strange side issues with
respect to security updates and similar things. At least that's why they
objected to cdbs regeneration of debian/rules - and I guess they will
bring up the same arguments against this approach. I might also be wrong
though and times might have changed.

 So long!

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