On 10 March 2015 at 16:36, Vincent Bernat <ber...@luffy.cx> wrote: > ❦ 10 mars 2015 15:48 GMT, Jonathan Matthews <cont...@jpluscplusm.com> : > >> http://backports.debian.org/wheezy-backports/overview/ reports that >> it's up to date with 1.5, but is only making 1.5.8 available. Does >> anyone have any insight into why this might be and how/if one might >> help the situation? > > To be in "wheezy-backports" a package has to be in "jessie" (the next > version of Debian). Currently, "jessie" is frozen because the release is > imminent, so it is not possible to push newer versions. Once "jessie" is > released, it will be possible to get more recent versions for "wheezy" > through "wheezy-backports-sloppy" (or "jessie-backports" if you upgrade > to "jessie"). > > Also note that critical fixes have been integrated in this version (in > "wheezy-backports"). See the changelog: > > https://tracker.debian.org/media/packages/h/haproxy/changelog-1.5.8-2~bpo70%2B1 > > Once 1.6~dev1 is released, I will push more repositories to give more > choices (1.4, 1.5, 1.6, all distributions, "stable" or "latest" > versions).
Thank you, that's cleared it up. I had wondered if it was jessie-related - it's good to get confirmation :-) Jonathan