On Sat, May 14, 2011 at 19:03:11 +0200, Kai Wasserbäch wrote:
> Dear Julien,
> Debian testing watch schrieb am 14.05.2011 18:39:
> > FYI: The status of the kvirc source package
> > in Debian's testing distribution has changed.
> > Previous version: 4:4.1.1~svn5639-1
> > Current version: (not in testing)
> > Hint: <http://release.debian.org/britney/hints/jcristau>
> > # 20110507; done 20110514
> > # ftbfs on s390
> I don't understand this removal: my last info was, that the version in Testing
> was built on all arches correctly. Now, the current version triggered some
> in dpkg (though I'm not sure dpkg is to blame here*), AFAICT there is nothing
> we, the KVIrc maintainers, can do to fix this.
> Thus I'd like to hear the reasoning behind this removal.
> *  shows a memory corruption on the buildd, triggered during a
> run. So this might be some temporary issue on the buildd, some bug in eglibc
> something dpkg. Anyway: I don't see how this warrants the removal of KVIrc.
kvirc depends on libperl.
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