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Re: Bug#325643: libcurl and moc

On Fri, Sep 02, 2005 at 11:16:28AM +0200, Domenico Andreoli wrote:

> ok, we are hooked into the libflac6 transition, let's start the curl one.

> my wish is to upload curl 7.14.1 with the following package layout:

>  - curl                  (OpenSSL, linked to libcurl-openssl.so.3)
>  - libcurl3              (GnuTLS, soname: libcurl.so.3)
>  - libcurl3-openssl      (OpenSSL, soname: libcurl-openssl.so.3)
>  - libcurl3-gssapi       (OpenSSL, MIT Kerberos 5)
>  - libcurl3-dev          (OpenSSL, depends: libssl-dev)
>  - libcurl3-openssl-dev  (GnuTLS, depends: libgnutls-dev)
>  - libcurl3-dbg

> this way libcurl3 and libcurl3-openssl can be contemporarily installed.

> curl command line depends on package libcurl3-openssl. BTW, is
> libcurl3-openssl legal or it should be libcurl-openssl3?

> any more comments?

Why does libcurl3-gssapi need a separate package from libcurl3-openssl?

Your -dev package names seem to be crossed, relative to the
corresponding lib packages.  I think you really wanted to say

  - libcurl3-dev          (GnuTLS, depends: libgnutls-dev)
  - libcurl3-openssl-dev  (OpenSSL, depends: libssl-dev)


And yes, lintian will complain to you if you name your library package 
libcurl3-openssl instead of libcurl-openssl3. :)

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