Packages marked as Obsolete
Manoj Srivastava writes:
> While we are talking about obsolete packages, what is the
> story on these? I mean, I would not like to just remove all the
> picons packages (why are they marked obsolete)? What about ckermit?
> How many of these are actually obsolete, and how many just have been
> yanked from hamm?
> --- Obsolete and local packages present on system ---
> *** interpre Opt blt2 2.1-6 <none>
there exists a blt version, based on blt2.1, which is compatible with
tcl8.0/tk8.0; I packaged it last week and uploaded it to unstable. Or
should this go to frozen as well (blt8.0-unoff, blt8.0-unoff-dev)?
> *** libs Opt gstep-base0 0.2.12-2 <none>
obsolete. gstep-base is the new package.
> *** libs Opt libtclobjc1 1.1b6-1 <none>
I'll look at this and upload it, if the current egcs/gcc objc runtimes
are still compatible.
> *** x11 Opt tkdesk 1.0b4-2.1 <none>
this package could use blt8.0-unoff
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