Re: what happened to gvim?
Matt Brubeck wrote:
> > I worked around it by doing an "apt-get --compile source vim" and
> > installing the appropriate generated .deb.
> Can we get a powerpc Debian developer to do this and make an NMU, or could
> the autobuilder's maintainer cause it to rebuild vim-gtk?
The right way to do this is to mail the bug telling the maintainer to add
libgtk1.2-dev to Build-Depends, then the next version will be autobuilt
I've seen a lot of Build-Depends bugs listed with severity "serious", preventing
their inclusion in testing until they're fixed, so I think this is fairly
standard policy (small `p') these days.
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