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Re: [p2-dev] Follow up on shared install issue
- From: Daniel Le Berre <leberre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 22 Aug 2010 09:15:32 +0200
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I am back online :)
I am investigating the issues right now.
Le 22 août 2010 à 04:32, Pascal Rapicault a écrit :
> Thanks to Ian's initial investigations, I have been able to find the root cause of the shared install issue but I don't have yet a solution.
> The root cause seems to be a bug in the resolver (bug 323322). I may have found a workaround by solving (323319) but it does not fix the root cause just hides the problem. At this rate, I will likely need Daniel's help to solve this, but he is still away on vacation for some time, so at this point the only ETA I can give is sometimes during the first week of September.
> In the meantime, if we wanted to have the EPP package bundles.info to be correctly generated, we could build a custom version of the planner with workaround 323319 that the EPP team could use to build the packages.
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