Re: Conflict over /usr/bin/dune
Paul Gevers writes ("Re: Conflict over /usr/bin/dune"):
> For all those that haven't followed along in the bug report, the bug got
> reassigned to whitedune. I'm not sure if I agree with the reassignment,
> but an NMU by me is hanging in DELAYED/7 to fix the conflict in
> whitedune. If people object, I'll delay it more to discuss.
I see that, apparently, this was done by NMUing whitedune to remove
the symlink and using Conflicts/Replaces in ocaml dune so that it can
still provide /usr/bin/dune.
I think that is completely opposite to the consensus in this thread
and also opposite to Debian policy.
Under the circumstances I felt I wouldn't be listened to if I simply
petitioned the maintainers of what is now src:dune again, so I have
escalated this to the TC. See #919951.
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