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Bug#176112: marked as done (broken alternative f77)



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Subject: broken alternative f77
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Package: g77
Version: unavailable; reported 2003-01-10
Severity: normal

Hi Matthias,

Browsing my /etc/alternatives on an system that was installed long ago
(and is now using an up to date unstable), I found a broken alternative
for f77 -> /usr/bin/g77. As I haven't seen anything on gcc-defaults
about this, I'm filing this bug, to see if you can add some code to
correctly remove this broken alternative from old systems.

Thanks,
Jordi

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Jordi Mallach writes:
> Package: g77
> Version: unavailable; reported 2003-01-10
> Severity: normal
> 
> Hi Matthias,
> 
> Browsing my /etc/alternatives on an system that was installed long ago
> (and is now using an up to date unstable), I found a broken alternative
> for f77 -> /usr/bin/g77. As I haven't seen anything on gcc-defaults
> about this, I'm filing this bug, to see if you can add some code to
> correctly remove this broken alternative from old systems.

This is not a bug. the g77 package provides the f77 alternative as
does gcc provides cc.



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