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Re: Changes to potato today

On Thu, Dec 23, 1999 at 12:03:32AM +0100, Richard Braakman wrote:
> I've kept all those packages in ~dark/oldlibs on master; the rest
> will go there too.

> There was no source for a number of the packages, but I don't know if
> those were your _only_ libstdc++ packages.  I targeted the ones that
> had "source: egcs".

Yes, those are our only libstdc++ until I redo my porting work I did for
egcs for gcc (somehow it was lost in the transition, and essentially I have
to work from scratch).

The real question is: Why did the source go while there were still binary
packages based on it?

master:/debian/debian/dists/unstable/main/binary-hurd-i386/base$ less libstdc++2.9_2.91.66-1.2.deb
 new debian package, version 2.0.
 size 116506 bytes: control archive= 639 bytes.
     438 bytes,    13 lines      control
     340 bytes,     5 lines      md5sums
 Package: libstdc++2.9
 Version: 2.91.66-1.2
 Section: base
 Priority: required
 Architecture: hurd-i386
 Depends: libc0.2, libc0.2 (>= 2.1)
 Replaces: libstdc++2.9-ss (<< 2.91.67)
 Installed-Size: 312
 Maintainer: Debian EGCS maintainers <egcs@packages.debian.org>
 Source: egcs (1.1.2-1.2)


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