Re: python 2.7 in wheezy / removal messages without reason
Joachim Wiedorn <email@example.com> writes:
> But nevertheless I had to analyse the removing of my package (duply).
> After a while
Why did it take so long? Aptitude shows immediately that ‘duply’ was to
be removed because ‘duplicity’ was to be removed; and looking one step
further, that ‘duplicity’ was to be removed because the available
version has a dependency on “python (< 2.7)”.
> I saw the reason was duplicity - but why? Until now I don't know the
> deeper reason - and I haven't found the reason on debian-devel.
The tools available on your system can show the reason. Is there another
question you have that I'm not getting?
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