Re: woody - mailx
>>>>> "Adrian" == Adrian Bunk <email@example.com> writes:
Adrian> On Sun, 16 Jul 2000, Anthony Towns wrote:
>> > Another package has been lost, too: libgtkmm. It is required
>> by > cdrdao.
>> See also http://auric.debian.org/~ajt/potato-not-woody.txt
>> There's lots of packages that have disappeared.
Adrian> And there are several packages not listed there that were
Adrian> removed from potato because of RC bugs, but also
Adrian> disappeared from woody. An example is gap4.
One package that can be removed from this list is roxen 1.3.122-13,
which was installed back in the archives this weekend. BUT (!!!) where
are all the libroxen* packages that where removed at the same time
roxen was? Since roxen have been reinstated, why wasn't the libroxen*
packages (which just 'happened' to depend on roxen, and didn't have
any bugs or anything against them) reinstated at the same time as
roxen was? task-webserver-roxen depend on them, and roxen have
problems getting in the archives because that task package depend on
packages that don't exists [in the archives]. All packages that
task-webserver-roxen NOW depend on (version xx-13) existed in potato
at the time of roxens disappearance...
Could someone of the ftp/install maintainers take a look at this
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