On Fri, 2014-12-12 at 15:34 +0100, Johannes Kastl wrote:
On 12.12.2014 Johannes Weberhofer wrote:
Currently only PPC and ARM packages seem to
build. Are there any
I noticed packages for Tumbleweed being unresolvable yesterday, but
today this problems has vanished again.
Indeed - yesterday, we got a new libisl in Factory (not yet published to
this bumped the soname from libisl.so.10 to libisl.so.13; gcc requires
So we had a quick issue that gcc could no longer bootstrap itself
(missing libisl.so.10 to build a new gcc depending on the new library).
=> that was the unresolvable of yesterday
We managed to fix that (making libisl.so.10 available long enough for
gcc to build).
Now as this package is rather deep in the stack, I guess about
everytyhing for Factory/Tumbleweed is being rebuilt; finally making good
use of the workers.
There are currently ~ 90'000 packages in the queue - times 2 (x86_64 +
so, patience is all we need for OBS to be able to catch up.
Dimstar / Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar(a)opensuse.org>
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