Firebird 3.0 #Debian Preliminary packaging is available in #Experimental

This package is meant to enter experimental, due to the high pace of upstream
development. Its goal is to provide easy testing of the new features of
Firebird and to have early exposure of the packaging helping to discover any
problems.

firebird3.0 is the third group of packages for Firebird. Squeeze is going to
release with firebird2.1 and firebird2.5. The plan for wheezy is to drop
firebird2.1 and add firebird3.0, if that has proven stable by the time wheezy
approaches releasable state.

Preliminary packagiing is available at
http://git.debian.org/?p=pkg-firebird/3.0.git;a=summary

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Firebird supports all the #Debian #Linux main Architectures

With latest patches for hppa and alpha in Firebird 2.5 and Firebird 3.0 main tree Firebird supports all the Main Debian Architectures

All the cpus are supported now if in the next round of
buildd logs hppa and alpha cpu will be ok (green) minus the HURD thing 🙂

https://buildd.debian.org/pkg.cgi?pkg=firebird2.5
https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=firebird2.5&suite=experimental

You can consult the list of supported architectures from last year and you can see the progress

Already ported:

    i386
    amd64
    mipsel
    sparc
    powerpc
    kfreebsd-i386
    kfreebsd-amd64
    arm
    ia64
    mips
    s390 = IBM/S390
    superH (sh4)
    alpha
    hppa

Minor ports that are not supported by Debian Main but we will try to do it anyway :

m68k
hurd
avr

ps:
So you can install firebird on the phone (maemo, meego or chrooted debian on android) or on the mainframe linux (ibm s390)

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