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Re: Are circular dependencies inside a source package OK?

On 02/27/2011 04:31 PM, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
> Ideally, we would have binary packages named like that:
> ruby-foo: arch-indep part of the foo library
> ruby1.8-foo: arch-dep part of the foo library, built for ruby1.8
> ruby1.9.1-foo: arch-dep part of the foo library, built for ruby1.9.1

Here you're basically at a point where Python was years ago - one binary
package for every supported version. i think you should find a way to
move the whole stuff for all ruby versions into one package and find a
proper way to handle dependencies and whatever else is needed.

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