Re: Bug#621062: libwww-perl: Please move the remaining modules to a new liblwp-perl
On Wed, Apr 06, 2011 at 10:46:28AM +0100, Nicholas Bamber wrote:
> The list of packages affected is attached. About half are fixed.
> Please feel feel to raise the priority on the rest as you see fit.
This does not fix the packages in squeeze.
Sorry, what I complained about in my original bug report was
already done, I just didn't realize due to this problem here.
I'm closing this bug and open a new one.
> >This actually sounds like a breakage with an RC severity:
> >Doesn't that break on partial upgrades from squeeze when automatic
> >installation of recommendations is disabled in other packages using
> >HTML::Form or HTTP::Daemon?
> fusioninventory-agent #620414
> webgui #620433 Acknowledged
> libwww-mechanize-formfiller-perl #620436 Closed
> libwww-mechanize-perl #620439 Closed
> movabletype-opensource #620441 Closed
> satutils #620474 Closed
> gsutil #620478
> libsoap-lite-perl #620481 Closed
> libhttp-proxy-perl #620482 Closed
> libhttp-daemon-ssl-perl #620485 Closed
> librpc-xml-perl #620487 Closed
> libfrontier-rpc-perl #620492 Closed
> libhttp-request-params-perl #620493 Closed
> libnet-proxy-perl #620504
> libpoe-perl #620514 Closed
> libhttp-request-ascgi-perl #620518 Closed
> tidy-proxy #620522
> libjson-rpc-perl #620525 Closed
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