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Re: Core-updates after the staging merge

From: Maxim Cournoyer
Subject: Re: Core-updates after the staging merge
Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2023 14:03:14 -0400
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Andreas Enge <> writes:

> Hello,
> just a quick update after a night of building on CI.
> Things look generally quite good on x86_64; some things are being rebuilt
> due to the recent wget update, and that should hopefully also sort out
> i686 rather quickly.
> Am Sun, Apr 16, 2023 at 01:09:02PM +0200 schrieb Andreas Enge:
>> - python: It is mostly green, but with lots of red, including at least
>>   one package that prevents icecat from building. I would call for careful
>>   updates and bug fixes to move on; leaf packages can be updated to the
>>   latest version, but for important intermediate packages please be
>>   careful.
> Python probably is the place where work is needed most, the strip in the
> dashboard looks like it has measles. Fixing one package there could bring
> us a long way (or not - we are in plain hand resolution of dependency
> problems there, one update could also hide another one). Sometimes it is
> just a matter of trying an update to see whether a package and its
> dependents build, so even someone who knows nothing about Python, but
> has a web browser pointed at, can do some useful work
> (I am speaking from experience).

I think python is starting to look good here, after a few upgrades.
It'll cause a rebuild of at least GTK+, so I'll push it a bit later
today (during the European night).


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