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Re: [HTCondor-users] HTCondor 8.8.6 Released
- Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2019 22:00:13 +0000
- From: Tim Theisen <tim@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [HTCondor-users] HTCondor 8.8.6 Released
Thank you for the feedback Steffen.
How do other projects handle the version number such that a dist upgrade
will pull new packages that match the rest of the system. Do you have an
example or document that you could point to?
The Debian Jessie package is being built using CPack (not the Debian
build tools). We have no desire to change this since jessie is close to
end-of-life and we have limited effort available.
I am working on getting HTCondor back into sid and this work will
resolve the issues building on bullseye.
On 11/18/19 6:29 AM, Steffen Grunewald wrote:
> On Fri, 2019-11-15 at 22:23:10 +0000, Tim Theisen wrote:
>> The HTCondor team is pleased to announce the release of HTCondor 8.8.6.
>> A stable series release contains significant bug fixes.
>> Thank you for your interest in HTCondor!
> Thank you for releasing 8.8.6!
> I've been able to Debian-package this release for non-X86_64 architectures,
> just using the provided source package, mostly without any changes (except
> Jessie, see below) for i386, arm64 and powerpc (32-bit). (If I still had
> access to a POWER 8/9 machine, I presume ppc64el would also build.)
> I found that this time all .orig.tar.gz files (for Debian Stretch and Buster,
> and Ubuntu Bionic) are identical - which is good.
> But the version issue is still there, i.e.,
> if one installs the Stretch variant, and later dist-upgrades to Buster,
> the condor packages (bearing identical version numbers) would not be upgraded
> - probably resulting in broken library dependencies.
> Also I've been wondering how you managed to build the -deb8 (Jessie) package,
> as I had to add "python3-all-dev" to the list of Build-Depends: to get the
> build to succeed (as reported before).
> Something also stops the software from building on Debian Bullseye (testing),
> but since there are a number of ongoing transitions possibly affecting the
> build, I'm leaving this alone for now.
> Thanks again for your constant effort developing this software!
> - S
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