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Bug#613484: /usr/bin/ecl missing in 11.1.1-4

On Sat, 24 Mar 2012, Christoph Egger wrote:

>  I *think* this is a different bug due to removal of 
> common-lisp-controler and maintainer scripts not coping with it. A 
> `aptitude reinstall ecl` should solve it for you.

It does.

> Just to make sure: Did you have any older ecl installed on that system 
> previously?

I grepped my apt logs, and it looks like I had 9.6.1-1squeeze1 installed 
previously. See end of message.

Should I file a separate bug, clone this bug or something else?

                                                Regards, Faheem

history.log:Commandline: apt-get install gcl ecl
history.log:Install: ecl:i386 (9.6.1-1squeeze1), gcl:i386 (2.6.7-62)
history.log:Commandline: apt-get install -t testing ecl
history.log:Upgrade: libgc-dev:i386 (6.8-1.2, 7.1-8), ecl:i386 
(9.6.1-1squeeze1, 11.1.1-4), libgc1c2:i386 (6.8-1.2, 7.1-8)
term.log:Selecting previously deselected package ecl.
term.log:Unpacking ecl (from .../ecl_9.6.1-1squeeze1_i386.deb) ...
term.log:Setting up ecl (9.6.1-1squeeze1) ...
term.log:/usr/lib/common-lisp/bin/ecl.sh loading and dumping clc.
term.log:;;; Loading "/usr/lib/ecl/install-clc.lisp"
term.log:;;; Loading #P"/usr/lib/ecl-9.6.1/cmp.fas"
term.log:;;; Loading #P"/usr/lib/ecl-9.6.1/sysfun.lsp"
term.log:Saving to new-ecl...;;; Warning: The function proclamation (SETF 
MODULE-COMPONENTS-BY-NAME) ((T T) T) is not valid.
term.log:Preparing to replace ecl 9.6.1-1squeeze1 (using 
.../archives/ecl_11.1.1-4_i386.deb) ...
term.log:Unpacking replacement ecl ...
term.log:Setting up ecl (11.1.1-4) ...
term.log:Preparing to replace ecl 11.1.1-4 (using 
.../archives/ecl_11.1.1-4_i386.deb) ...
term.log:Unpacking replacement ecl ...
term.log:Setting up ecl (11.1.1-4) ...

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