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Bug#127809: not a bug?

I am using Enhances in one of my packages and it works
fine (see below).  Did you perhaps forget the colon?

The supoort seems to have been added in June 2000.  From
the changelog:
Thu Jun 15 13:41:28 CEST 2000 Wichert Akkerman <wakkerma@debian.org>
  * lib/parse.c: add Enhances to fieldinfos[]

jdthood@thanatos$ dpkg -s thinkpad-modules-2.2.18
Package: thinkpad-modules-2.2.18
Status: install ok installed
Priority: extra
Section: utils
Installed-Size: 92
Maintainer: Thomas Hood <jdthood@mail.com>
Version: 3.1-7+Custom.1.00
Replaces: tpctl-modules-2.2.18, tpctl (<< 3.0)
Provides: thinkpad-modules
Depends: thinkpad-base, modutils
Suggests: devfsd
Conflicts: tpctl-modules-2.2.18, tpctl (<< 3.0)
Enhances: tpctl
Description: Device driver modules for configuring ThinkPads
 This package contains the loadable driver modules used by the tpctl
 utility for configuring IBM ThinkPad laptops.  Included are drivers for
 the Super I/O and RT/CMOS RAM chips, an interface to the SMAPI BIOS,
 and an interface to the APM subsystem.
 This package is compiled for the 2.2.18 kernel ; you may have
 problems if you use it on other kernels, although things should
 work fine on kernels that aren't too dissimilar.

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