Re: libgal sonames
>>>> "EB" == Edward Betts <email@example.com> writes:
> Norbert Veber <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Every time you change the soname, and the new version is installed in the
>> debian archive, the old one is removed. At that point 22 (at the latest
>> count) different debian packages need to be recompiled. Some of them are
>> quite large.
> Why is the old one removed? If we kept the libgal packages until nothing
> depended on it, and then removed it we would not have a problem. I suppose it
> is something to do with libgal-data.
No libgal-data contains only i18n files (ie: mo files)
I really want to know why old lib are removed.
Why we don't keep old libgal packages ?