[Pkg-scicomp-devel] scotch and libmesh
Adam C Powell IV
hazelsct at debian.org
Sun Aug 10 01:19:58 UTC 2008
On Sat, 2008-08-09 at 17:29 +0200, Luk Claes wrote:
> Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> > So what should I do now?
> > 1. Do nothing, let all the bugs in testing enter the lenny release
> > 2. Do nothing, get a freeze exception for the new scotch, which
> > would let libmesh go in
> > 3. Upload scotch 5.0.1.dfsg-1lenny1 (which needs to go through the
> > NEW queue, but the changes are much smaller than 5.0.6) and
> > libmesh 0.6.2.dfsg-1lenny1 depending on it
> > 4. Upload libmesh 0.6.2.dfsg-1lenny1 depending on the old scotch
> > with only static libs, but closing the other six bugs in libmesh
> > Which would you accept?
> As the bugs are not that important from a release point of view, I'm
> afraid that option 1 is the one we would prefer. Option 4 could also be
> a possibility, though please upload to unstable in that case using
> debian revision 3.
Thanks, but that won't work, as uploading -3 to unstable will link it
with the new scotch's shared libs, which isn't and won't be in testing.
I think the only way to do option 4 is to do -1lenny1.
Will you likely accept that, with minimal changes vs. -1? Fixing the
examples adds about 16 new Makefiles, but the rest doesn't change that
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