Re: cpp and gcc are both providing elf-gcc
> >What I was trying to suggest is this: you should install EITHER gcc or
> >cpp, depending on whether you want the functionality of gcc. These
> >should conflict, and both provide cpp. (I realise that conflicting with
> >a package you provide could be a problem; if so, cpp should be renamed
> >to, say, cpp-only, and then gcc and cpp-only could both provide cpp,
> >which other things could depend on).
> This was suggested, but was decided that it wasn't worth it. Others
> can tell you why. I wasn't following it that closely.
Not quite correct. What was discussed and eventually rejected was
having the gcc package depend on the cpp package to provide cpp.
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