Re: About the Hamm Freeze (!)
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Raul Miller, in an immanent manifestation of deity, wrote:
>James Troup <J.J.Troup@scm.brad.ac.uk> wrote:
>> No; perl shouldn't depend on libgdbmg1. libgdbmg1 is obsolete and
>> deprecated. I asked the perl maintainer if he could fix this back in
>> March or so, apparently it hasn't happened.
>This close to hamm's release, we should probably rely on non-maintainer
>fixes for most outstanding problems (if we can get a maintainer release
>that's better, of course).
It hasn't happened *intentionally*. I'm not going to break many Perl
scripts without warning. We have a release where gdbm is deprecated and
then next release, Perl won't be linked with it. I'll check in the
preinst and if they're upgrading from a release with gdbm to one
without, I mention this and ask them if they want to continue.
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