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Re: Bug#290936: marked as done (liblablgtk2-ocaml: A lot of new dependencies)

Ralf Treinen wrote:
On Sat, May 07, 2005 at 05:09:35PM +0200, Samuel Mimram wrote:

Closing, since this was more a information request than a bug.

Well, in fact it was a real problem: there are too many dependencies for lablgtk2 which are not necessary for most users. I had made a split version of the package. Maybe I could update it and upload it (it has to go through NEW queue) or is post-sarge better?

At the curent stage of the freeze you need good arguments to have
new versions of packages to be pushed into sarge (like fixing
RC bugs). I don't think that any NEW packages will now be accepted
into sarge.

Actually, I did not expect the split package to be into sarge but I thought we might want to wait before uploading it in case we have an urgent problem to fix in the lablgtk2 package. Anyway we can use t-p-u, so I'll go ahead.



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