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[Monotone-debian] Bug#432658: plan

From: Zack Weinberg
Subject: [Monotone-debian] Bug#432658: plan
Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 17:47:18 -0700

On 7/22/07, Ludovic Brenta <address@hidden> wrote:
Not so imminent.  [...]

Imminent was perhaps the wrong word, but nonetheless, I don't see much
value in trying to isolate a bug in g++-4.1 when 4.2 should be live in
the near future, especially when, as you say

Monotone 0.35-2 is now 8 days old, but I very much doubt it will enter
testing on Tuesday or Wednesday, because it is waiting for boost,
which itself has RC bugs preventing it from entering testing.
Therefore, I don't think monotone is under any kind of pressure.

which is very much what I was thinking myself.

would rather suggest to move forward with the long-term plan to not
depend on boost anymore, and upload 0.36 whenever it is ready.  If g++
is still a problem at that point, let's just disable arm temporarily,
and reinstate it later when g++ is fixed.

0.36 should be ready in a few days; upstream proceeds with boost
removal, but it won't happen for that release.  More likely 0.37.  My
inclination is to leave Architecture: alone for the 0.36 release --
perhaps it will miraculously start working on arm, after all.


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