Re: Bug#256690: marked as done ([Dummy bug] kdelibs must not propagate to testing before qt3 3:3.2.3-3)
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At 8 Jul 04 14:17:35 GMT,
Christopher Martin wrote:
> On July 8, 2004 05:10 am, Kenshi Muto wrote:
> > I'm afraid #250452 still prevents qt-x11-free goes into testing.
> So I'm not sure if this bug is really blocking anything.
> As for the cause of the holdup with cupsys/kdelibs, I wonder if perhaps
> the problem is with libgnomeprint, since "Updating libgnomeprint makes 25
> depending packages uninstallable on alpha" according to
> http://bjorn.haxx.se/debian/testing.pl?package=libgnomeprint2.2-0. It
> seems that the two major logjams in Sid at the moment - cupsys and
> libexif - are now connected. Great.
> If that's true, then cupsys will never ever enter testing, since something
> in GNOME will always be broken or recently fixed... Perhaps we need
> someone to just yank GNOME out of testing... temporarily, of course :-)
ARGH! What's dependency hell...
Sebastien, do you have a good idea about this problem as GNOME guy?
I'm really tired with long long waiting...
This looks like old libc way (it spent a half of year).
I'm planning to provide 'libcupsys2' in libcupsys2-gnutls10 near
future. Sigh. But we are blocking too many packages, not only
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