Package: dselect Version: 1.10.22 I posted this to the debian-dpkg mailing list, but as there were no answers and I now believe it's indeed a bug, I file a bug report. --- I'm using dselect + apt-zip for three years now and have a nice stable/unstable mix on my machine, working flawlessly. Some minutes ago, I did an "apt-get update", and dselect doesn't accept my packages tetex-bin 2.0.2-5 and tetex-extra 2.0.2-5 to be on hold. The important errors seem to be: "tetex-extra conflicts with texdoctk" and "tetex-bin provides texdoctk". The latter is definitely wrong: my *installed* tetex-bin 2.0.2-5 does not provide texdoctk according to the installed control info. The *available* version does, however, but as I've put both packages on hold, dselect shouldn't look into the dependencies of the available version, should it? I've upgraded to the newest versions of dselect (1.0.20), dpkg (1.0.20) and apt (0.5.24). Tell me what additional information you want me to provide. --- It still occurs with dselect 1.0.22 and apt 0.5.25. Greetings, Viktor.
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