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Bug#116302: marked as done (task mechanism ignore "provides")

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Package: tasksel
Version: 1.11

I have a package bison++ which declares a Provides: bison field in 
debian/control. As well as a Conflicts: bison field. When a user chooses the 
C/C++ task bison gets installed even though bison is already provided by the 
system through bison++. And even worse bison++ gets uninstalled since it 
conflicts with the bison package. 
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I'm closing this bug since the method used by tasksel to install
packages is entirly different and I doubt it still have this problem.

see shy jo

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