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Bug#43147: marked as done (dpkg-dev doesn't depend on patch)

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From: Jean-Paul Blaquiere <japester@ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au>
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Subject: dpkg-dev doesn't depend on patch
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Package: dpkg-dev

This packaged requires patch to install debian source packages, and although
it says this if you do dpkg --info dpkg-utils_1.4.1.6.deb if you do apt-get
install dpkg-dev, and then try and install a package with
dpkg-source -x <package-name><package-name>  it gives out an error from patch
not being installed.
Should this be changed or is this normal procedure at the moment?

Jean-Paul Blaquiere
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