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Bug#988923: RFS: distorm3/3.5.2b-1 -- powerful disassembler library for x86/AMD64 binary streams (Python3 bindings)

On Fri, May 21, 2021 at 02:51:36PM +0000, Lin Qigang wrote:
>  * Package name    : distorm3
>    Version         : 3.5.2b-1

> Changes since the last upload:
>  distorm3 (3.5.2b-1) unstable; urgency=medium
>  .
>    * New upstream release.
>    * Removed fix_init_python patch
>    * debian/patches: Added patch to update the library version number
>    * debian/*.links: Updated symbolic links to new upstream version
>    * debian/not-installed: Account for varying python3 directory naming scheme
>    * debian/patches: Added makefile library version fix patch
>    * debian/libdistorm3-3.symbols: Updated symbols to 3.5.2b
>    * debian/python3-distorm: Account for varying python3 directory naming scheme
>    * debian/rules: Account for upstream build changes
>    * debian/copyright: Updated packaging copyright years
>    * debian/control: Updated maintainer
>    * Release to unstable

This upload is targetted at unstable, which is currently affected by the
hard freeze.  Only targetted fixes are permitted, not whole new upstream
releases (unless the upstream release consists of nothing but fixes...).

Thus, your options here would be:
 * targetting experimental instead, or
 * waiting until after Bullseye is released

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