Re: Bug#155689: libgtk2.0-png3: -png3 should Provides: libgtk2.0-0
>>>>> On Wed, 7 Aug 2002 03:47:40 -0500,
>>>>> "MEM" == "Marcelo E. Magallon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
MEM> *You* please read that thread. We are trying to get things done right.
MEM> People implementing custom hacks to work arround this doesn't help.
MEM> Please please please revert to libpng2 before someone notices the
MEM> breakage and starts recompiling stuff against libgtk2.0-0png3.
I've sent a mail to the list several days before uploading
new GTK+2.0. Did someone reply about it?
made sure no objection, and I've uploaded it.
MEM> Just in case it's not clear: trying to upgrade libgtk2.0-dev to the
MEM> latest release removes every package that depends on libgtk2.0-0, which
MEM> in turn pulls a load of -dev packages along.
Are you saying I should renamed all package name?
even if people didn't installs -dev, -common may works
I think a good way of fixing this problem is each
maintainer rebuild their package anyway.
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