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Re: [libunwind] adding libunwind to Debian/testing

From: Matthieu Delahaye
Subject: Re: [libunwind] adding libunwind to Debian/testing
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2003 10:18:25 +0100
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On Thu, Dec 11, 2003 at 08:46:16PM +0000, Matthew Wilcox wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 11, 2003 at 11:28:38AM -0800, David Mosberger wrote:
> > >>>>> On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 12:17:31 +0100, address@hidden said:
> > 
> >   >> Matthieu Delahaye already created Debian packages for a slightly
> >   >> earlier version of libunwind (see
> >   >>, so hopefully creating
> >   >> the updated packages is straight-forward.
> > 
> >   Matthieu> At the URL you precised below, the packages for the 0.96
> >   Matthieu> version are available for testing. On a very short term,
> >   Matthieu> Al Stone or me will upload them.
> > 
> > This may be a stupid question, but is there a way to see what packages
> > exist, without having to go through apt-get?  That would be handy for
> > me since I won't normally install the Debian packages, but
> > occasionally might need to check on them.
> There might be a better way to do it once is back
> up after the intrusion, but one way for sure is that you can just look
> at the ftp archive.  eg:
> There's nothing there right now because libunwind isn't part of Debian
> yet, but that's where it'll end up.
> Otherwise you can do "apt-cache show libunwind".
> Alternatively, since you're nice enough to let Matthieu know when you
> upload the latest version of libunwind, I' sure he'll be only too happy
> to return the favour and let you know when he uploads a new version
> to unstable.  There's no notification when a package transitions from
> unstable to testing, so someone would have to watch for that themself.

I can send a notification to libunwind ml when something change about libunwind 
in the package archive. New upload on unstable, new package version on 


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