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GNUstep libraries soname bump



As it is shortly after a stable release, it seems to be a popular time
now to break packages, and the GNUstep team wants in on the action.

The new GNUstep core packages bump the soname, which means that all
GNUstep packages need to be rebuilt.  They should all be able to be
handled by binNMUs.

Is there anything that we should be aware of and/or wait for before
uploading the new packages?  (I know that it will be block by the
libraw1394 transition because one of the build-depends tries to pull in
that package.)  Or can we go ahead with the transition?

Thanks.

P.S. The GNUstep packages can be downloaded from:
  http://debian.uhoreg.ca/experimental/gnustep/
(apt-gettable)

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