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Re: Packages to be removed from hamm

> > > > Why?  Neither has any dependancy on ircii or tkirc.
> > >
> > > They are both based on ircII code.
> >
> > Neither have any bugs reported against them stating that they should not
> > be allowed.  That's all I have to go on.
> FWIW there is no bugreport against tkirc either.  Could you then
> simply add these packages to your list - we should treat all packages
> equal.  (which includes bugreports, if I find enough time tonight
> I'll investigate this and file appropriate bugreports, but I doubt,
> s/o else please.)

Tkirc had an explicit dependancy on ircii which is how I found it.  I've
already filed a bug report against ftp.debian.org to have these moved
rather than simply removing them.

                                 ( bcwhite@verisim.com )

When you love someone, you're always insecure.  ("Tell Her About It" -- B.Joel)

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