[Pkg-running-devel] Few questions about pytrainer in experimental repository

Christian PERRIER bubulle at debian.org
Sun May 19 12:40:34 UTC 2013

Quoting hemmotohliva at hushmail.com (hemmotohliva at hushmail.com):
> Greetings!
> I notice the latest version of pytrainer (1.10.1) is in experimental
> repository. It seems that the dependencies of that version are the same as in
> wheezy. It also seems that no packages in wheezy depends on pytrainer.
> So, I have two questions:
> 1. Would it be safe to install and run this latest (experimental) version in
> wheezy? (Although, I guess, the answer might be 'it depends' :-)

Probably OK, yes.

> 2. Will this latest (or any of the following) versions of pytrainer be
> backported to wheezy?

First of all, the package need to be uploaded to unstable, so that it
enters testing. Your mail reminds me to do so (it was uploaded to
experimental in order to respect the freeze, in case we'd need to
upload an update for wheezy during the freeze)

I'll work on this.

Then once the package is in testing, nothing theoretically prevents it
to be built for backports.debian.org , though this has of course less
priority than the upload of 1.10 in unstable, targeting jessie.

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