[pkg-wine-party] Wine and Debian-backports
mgilbert at debian.org
Wed Jul 11 21:49:26 UTC 2012
On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 5:41 PM, Berillions wrote:
> I know that it's too late to have wine 1.5.6 in Testing but i didn't explain
> correctly my question.
> Actually in Sid, there are 2 wine package, wine=1.4.1 and
> When Wheezy will be stable and when it will be possible to push the package
> in the new Testing from Sid, i would like to know :
> - In the new testing, there will be only the wine package which corresponds
> at the stable version in winehq.org (wine 1.6 ??)
> - Or, there will be the same thing as in Sid => wine package (wine 1.6,
> stable version) and wine-testing package (wine 1.7.X, development version)
We can't really say how fast wine will develop, but for the next
cycle, the plan is to carry the stable release as the wine package
(either 1.4 or 1.6) and the development version as wine-unstable
(either 1.5 or 1.7), with the ideal of getting them both in testing.
> If there is the second solution it will be easier to backport wine.
> In Stable-backport, the package must to have the same/inferior version than
> the package in Testing, not superior ?
I'm not really sure what you're asking, but any package in testing can
be backported to stable. And there are certain cases where unstable
packages can be backported.
Package versions in testing are always greater than or equal to those in stable.
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