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Re: glibc and abi-compliance-checker break multiple KDE autopkgtests

Dear all,

On 09-09-18 22:04, Paul Gevers wrote:
> On 09/06/18 21:13, Paul Gevers wrote:
>> So it seems they are requested by something, and because the are not
>> available in testing, apt-get is not limited by our pinning to take them
>> from unstable. I believe it must be a "Provides" of some sort. What I
>> want to know (and I will spend some time on it) is what in the
>> dependency chain makes us end up with this as an option.
> I was not able to figure out in the time I spend on it why apt-get ended
> up with installing those packages. Does anybody know the right commands
> and their arguments to figure out this specific question?
> Paul
> PS: the last line that I used was:
> apt-cache dotty $(echo $(apt-cache showsrc kf5-kdepim-apps-libs | grep
> Binary | sed s/Binary:// | sed s/,//g) | sort --unique) dh-acc
> exuberant-ctags | grep '++8'

I went ahead and let glibc and abi-compliance-checker migrate to
testing. I ran reference runs of the failing tests today to check if
everything is all-right, and it is.

So this is a versioned Depends/Breaks/Conflicts issue somewhere. I am
very uncomfortable about this, because today qtbase-opensource-src
started to be hit by the same issue.

@ qtbase-opensource-src maintainers, this conversation starts here:

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