Re: Conflicting packages not of extra priority.
Santiago Vila writes:
> If package A conflicts with package B, they conflict regardless of
> A also replacing, providing or whatever else B.
Are you saying that if A c/p/r's B and B is Optional that A must go in
Extra even though it is replacing B? That's unreasonable.
I think the rule was intended to apply to simple conflicts, not to special
uses such as c/p/r.
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