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Bug#327940: noteedit: uninstallable; needs rebuild for the Qt/KDE transition

Package: noteedit
Version: 2.7.1-2
Severity: grave
Tags: sid


  This is a grave bug filed against your package because it depends on
  libqt3c102-mt, which no longer exists, thus rendering yor package
  uninstallable in unstable. As part of the C++ ABI transition, this
  library has moved to the libqt3-mt package.

  Simply recompiling and uploading your package should be enough to fix
  this; as per this mail [1], you need not bump your Qt, kdelibs or aRts
  build-dependencies. Beware, though, that that may not be the case for
  all the involved librares. Also, make sure that you build the package
  in an up to date and clean sid environment, so that final dependencies
  are correct. Please do this as soon as possible in order to accelerate
  the Qt/KDE transition to testing.

    [1] http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2005/09/msg00000.html

  Perhaps you find that your package fails to compile with gcc4. If
  that's the case, there's probably a bug about it in the BTS, and it
  may include a patch. If not (or if you have doubts about the
  correctness of the patch), you may be able to find a fix in upstream's
  CVS, or in the Ubuntu distribution. If your package fails only in arm,
  m68k, and hppa, see instructions in the above mail.

  Finally, if there's a strong reason for which your package should not
  be NMUed, please note so in this bug report. Prospective NMUers will
  read your reasoning, and will decide if it's strong enough to delay
  their upload.

  Thanks for your cooperation, and happy hacking!

  P.S.: There may be an already reported bug against this package for
  this very same reason. I've checked for that, and will be merging the
  bugs soon. The reason for still filing this bug was to have the
  opportunity of including the small bits of information above. I
  apologize for the inconvenience.

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