Jules Bean <email@example.com> writes:
> On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 05:30:26PM +0100, Domenico Andreoli wrote:
> > there is also libtool. it *is* a valid candidate but does not go into
> > testing. it is blocking a lot of software and i don't understand why :(
> Because when it goes in, libltdl0 will be removed. This will break a
> few packages (I sent an earlier mail to this list about it).
> Among those packages, IIRC are balsa, gql and pspell.
A new gql version (0.2.0) wich no longer depends on libltdl at all (it
now uses glib/gmodule) is in non-US/main in unstable since Nov 12. and
will hopefully propagate to testing soon.
As I can see it's basically prevented from entering testing by yehia,
which in turn is held by libguile9.
There has been a recent thread about libguile9, hopefully the problems
are fixed soon -- anybody got new details?
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