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Re: rawhide report: 20060210 changes (part 1/2)



On Fri, Feb 10, 2006 at 07:57:44AM -0500, Build System wrote:
[...]
> - rebuilt for new gcc4.1 snapshot and glibc changes
[...]

I am wondering long ago about these changelog entries... Why are 
rebuilds mentioned in the changelogs? Strictly speaking, these are not 
changes, at least not to the .src.rpm.

And by the way, I also fail to see why rebuilds are so special. Why 
aren't all packages rebuilt periodically by the build system?
(Say, once a week or fortnight.)
I think it can be easily seen that it would be a nice regular qa test, 
and also it would make sure that all gcc/glibc or any other 
library/compiler toolchain element changes/improvements would be 
propageted in regular and short timebase.


bye,

-- 
pozsy


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