Bug#301141: liblablgtk2-ocaml: Fails to install because of wrong dependency on ocaml-base-3.08
On Thu, Mar 24, 2005 at 12:56:42AM +0100, Bas Kloet wrote:
> Package: liblablgtk2-ocaml
> Version: 2.4.0+2004.11.19-3
> Severity: grave
> Justification: renders package unusable
> This package depends on ocaml-base-3.08, but it should simply depend on
> ocaml-base. This renders it uninstallable.
Please, did you read the ocaml changelog ? The ocaml-base-3.08 is there on
purpose, and it shoulod most defenitively be there, since ocaml releases are
binary incompatible, forcing us to do a full rebuild each time a new version
is released. This is currently underway, and i uploaded the fixed lablgtk2
yesterday evening after dinstall, so it should show up in the archive this
evening. It was a wee bit too early, and it failed to build on hppa, ia64 and
s390, because the lablgl dependency altough built, failed to upload in time.
If you don't feel like getting such random breakages of unstable, just run
Closing this bug which is not really a bug but a feature.