Re: where's mutt-i ?
email@example.com (Marco d'Itri) writes:
> On Dec 23, Ionutz Borcoman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >Thanks for the replies. It is very strange what you're saying here as
> >grabbing the source from non-US potato I was able to crate a mutt-i
> >package. Also, the description of mutt says I should take mutt-i if I
> >want PGP. So there are 2 possibilities here:
> $grep mutt-i /USR3/src/Packages/mutt-0.95/debian/control
> Replaces: mutt-i
> >1. check if mutt-i is really obsolete. In this case I suppose the
> It is. I'm the maintainer, I should known. :-)
> I don't know why you got old sources from potato.
I guess this is the unfortunate case where you want to replace a
non-us/mutt-i with a main/mutt, isn't it? Because of different package
names this is not handled automatically (AFAIK).
To avoid confusion could you please upload another release of mutt-i
which clearly states that it is obsoleted by mutt in main (in the
packages description and e.g. by failing the preinstall script)?
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