quidnuncHow do I verify which DIST pdebuild is using?01:14
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quidnuncgod damn you pbuilder01:39
dholbachgood morning07:34
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tumbleweedjtaylor: from #debian-ubuntu:10:50
tumbleweed12:46 < sgnb> unison has been synchronized in precise, but not unison2.32.5210:50
tumbleweed12:47 < sgnb> unison2.32.52 should be imported to precise as well, to keep  compatibility with previous ubuntu releases10:50
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jtaylorwtf is that for a source package name oO17:26
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tumbleweedcompatibility package :)17:36
jtaylordo you know what exactly its needed for?17:37
jtaylorbecause I'm guessing it will fail to build + needs patching for the log17:37
tumbleweedthe reason in the debian upload was "to maintain compatibility with squeeze"17:38
tumbleweedI'm assuming the network protocol has changed17:38
tumbleweedbut I left finding that out to you :P17:38
jtaylorI already inquired in #debubu17:39
* tumbleweed saw17:39
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geserjtaylor: why to you expect it to FTBFS?18:26
jtaylorrsvg has disappeared in ubuntu18:27
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geserjtaylor: see also bug #941836 and bug #937596 requesting that version too18:32
ubottuLaunchpad bug 941836 in unison (Ubuntu) "Please add unison2.32.52 packages to precise" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/94183618:32
ubottuLaunchpad bug 937596 in unison (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu should deliver compat package: unison 2.32" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93759618:32
jtaylormeh forgot to subscribe to the package18:33
jtayloris there a tool for that btw?18:33
jtayloronly know of pts-subscribe18:33
geserI don't know of any for LP18:34
lifelessCLI tool? you could add one to lp-dev-tools18:34
lifelessbut the only events LP knows about for a per-package-subscription today are bug mail18:34
geseryou might also want to ask sgnb if we really need 3 version of unison in the archive (there is also unison2.27.57)18:34
jtaylorhm and it does not look patched for the log dir change18:35
jtaylorwhy was that done without debian in a package that forks so often :(18:36
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jtaylortumbleweed: I'll merge the unison package, do I need an ffe for that?18:52
geseras it's a new source package you'll need a FFe18:54
jtaylorits not really new ;)18:55
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ScottKIt takes an archive admin to review it, so you need an FFe.19:56
jtaylork I'll reuse the existing unison ffe19:57
ScottKPlease don't20:00
jtaylork new one then20:04
jtaylorbug 93759620:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 937596 in unison (Ubuntu) "feature freeze exception: Ubuntu should deliver compat package: unison 2.32" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93759620:25
jtaylorwhats the SRU version number when the same XYbuildZ version is in a later release and is not affected?21:25
ScottKHow about XY0.121:30
ScottKOh, wait.21:30
ScottKSame version in a later release is not affected?21:31
micahgjtaylor: you're in trouble, you have to rebuild the later release in any event, for versioning: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/UpdatePreparation#Update_the_packaging21:31
ScottKHow does that work out?21:31
micahgand the same question as ScottK ^^ :)21:31
jtaylorthe cause is actually a library, but the broken packages declares its dependencies in a broken way, fixing that fixes the issue21:31
jtaylorthe broken package is a leaf package, the library not21:31
jtaylorso its safer to just fix the leaf package21:32
jtaylorthe library is not actually broken, it just behaves in a way not expected by the broken leaf package21:32
jtaylorit does in a later release so no fix necessary21:32
jtaylorbut I could fix the leaf package in the later release too, it does not even declare a dependency on libc21:32
ScottKThat would solve the versioning problem.21:33
jtaylorcan armel and armhf do unaligned memory access? if no how is that handled in qemu armel?21:53
jtaylorhm no to the first according to http://wiki.debian.org/ArmEabiFixes but my qemu question still stands21:58

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