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Bug#337427: marked as done (zope-parsedxml: Uninstallable due to zope transition)

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Package: zope-parsedxml
Severity: grave
Version: 1.3.1-6


zope-parsedxml is uninstallable in sid as the zope package is not
available anymore. Maybe the dependency on the zope package can be
replaced with zope2.6, zope2.7, zope2.8 or zope3?



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zope-parsedxml has been removed from Debian after being orphaned for 5
months.  Please see <http://bugs.debian.org/312857> for details.

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