[Neurodebian-devel] Comment on blog-post

Yaroslav Halchenko debian at onerussian.com
Tue May 8 17:52:18 UTC 2012

sounds good (just s/abel/able/ and me smth else) 

Also aren't you stretching with that it works on ubuntu ATM?  we should
release fixed neurodebian-devel for that, right?

also I have got confused about an 'additional hint'... how is it
different from already existing:

    The highlevel summary either builds succeed or failed get reported in
    summary.log in the same directory, pointing to .build log files for the
    corresponding architecture/release.

besides that wording could be improved ;)


On Tue, 08 May 2012, Hänel Nikolaus Valentin wrote:

> Hi,

> here is the draft for the comment I would like to put on the blog post
> about ndtools.

> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

> I used this to successfully find two bugs in a package that I was
> building. Since I was using Ubuntu, I encountered some minor issues with
> building the images (nd_adddistall). However thanks to the Neurodebian
> team's swift, friendly and effective support through both the
> mailinglist and the irc-channel, we were abel to iron these issue out.
> I would definitely recommend this method to cross test your packages for
> the available Debian and Ubuntu releases, this helps you spot bugs
> before sending the packages to the Neurodebian team, effectively
> shortening time to inclusion. The recipe above works as advertised out
> of the box (even on Ubuntu).

> One additional hint, using the following command, you can save the
> complete build log to a file::

>   $ sudo nd_build4all blah_1-1.dsc

> This helped me find out, why my packages were not building correctly.

> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

> RFC.

> V-
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