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Re: fixed libstdc++5 package

Alex Romosan writes:
> Daniel Jacobowitz <dan@debian.org> writes:
> > Using the 3.2 headers with 3.3 is intended to work. I don't know
> > that it's a good idea... but it's intended to work.
> this is exactly what i was complaining about: using the 3.2 headers
> with the 3.3 library. but now i know why you are doing this: because
> you want to test the library from 3.3 and co-opted everybody to do the
> testing for you. i am not really sure i like it though. maybe if i was
> asked beforehand.... anyway, i guess it's not really my choice.

Sure, you have a choice. Use the stable distribution. I am open to
proposals to do this better. Make conflicting libstdc++5 and
libstdc++5-3.3 packages is not suitable, as with the first package
dependent on libstdc++5-3.3 you are forced to install this version

And no, it's not testing, it's the transition to gcc-3.3.


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