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Bug#137467: python-apt: gcc 2.96 problem

Package: python-apt
Severity: important

willy@merulo:~/python-apt/python-apt-$ gcc -g -O2 -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -fPIC -I/usr/include/python2.1 -c python/configuration.cc 
python/configuration.cc: In function `PyObject *CnfSubTree (PyObject *, 
PyObject *)':
<internal>:160: too many arguments to function `void *operator new 
(long unsigned int)'
python/configuration.cc:160: at this point in file

   // Create a new sub configuration.
   SubConfiguration *New = PyObject_NEW(SubConfiguration,&ConfigurationSubType);
   new (&New->Object) Configuration(Itm);

Compiling with gcc-3.0 works fine, but I'm nervous about ABIs, since
this is c++.  Anyone want to fix gcc-2.96?  Thought not.

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