wrong priorities in the override file for potato
By applying the rule
Packages may not depend on packages with lower priority values
(excluding build-time dependencies). If this does happen, one of the
priority values will have to be adapted.
I have written a very simple script which verifies the consistency of
the sets of required packages, important and above packages, and
standard and above packages (thanks to Jason for installing pkg-order
The result (for the i386 architecture) is here:
[ There are too many wrong priorities among the set of optional and
above packages, so I have (almost) abandoned the idea that they
might be all fixed by the time potato is released ].
Would be possible for the ftp.debian.org maintainers to have a look
at this so that bug reports are not needed?
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