Bug#3212: Perl recommends nonexistent packages
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Ian Jackson, in an immanent manifestation of deity, wrote:
> Package: perl
> recommends: source | includes
>`source' and `includes' don't exist any more.
>I'd recommend that the Perl package be changed to refer to some more
>appropriate package name.
Version 5.002-9 is ready to be uploaded and recommends libc5-dev. I was
reading debian-devel to make sure that I didn't miss something nasty.
>It would be even better if the Perl package(s) could ship a
>ready-h2ph'd set of .ph files.
That's my plan for -10 but I wanted to make sure that I:
1) got a package into the release that had a correct Recommends
2) got it right
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