Now I understand. And I guess you cannot put one binary package into
contrib and the other into unstable with one source.
I just wonder why we still need the motif versions. Is lesstiff not
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>> Do we have two ddd packages? I just saw an upload of ddd_2.1.1-1 together
>> with binaries ddd-smotif and ddd-dmotif. However, there's already a 2.1.1-1
>> version in the archive (using lesstiff). So I take it we have two packages
>> with the same name.
>That's not just the same name, that's the same package compiled against
>lesstif and motif respectively. The reason I (ddd-dmotif and ddd-smotif
>maintainer) uploaded source is because uploads of ddd (with lesstif)
>to main distribution and motif packages to contrib are going to be
>completely independent. Unfortunately, even motif versions of ddd-2.x
>are not stable enough. I will definitely end up uploading ddd-1.4d
>which is much more stable.
>My question is whether I should make these packages
>(ddd-2.x and ddd-1.4d) non-conflicting with each other (using different
>name for binary, say gddd, different .dddinit files, etc.) or shouldn't.
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