Am 10.06.2011 17:03, schrieb Pino Toscano: > Sources that can be binNMU'ed: > > apvlv (poppler-glib) > auto-multiple-choice (poppler) > cups (poppler) > epdfview (poppler-glib) > gambas2 (poppler) > gdcm (poppler) > gimp (poppler-glib) > gpdftext (poppler-glib) > gnome-commander (poppler) > gummi (poppler-glib) > inkscape (poppler, poppler-glib) > koffice (poppler) > libreoffice (poppler) > luatex (poppler) > pdf-presenter-console (poppler-glib) > pdf2djvu (poppler) > pdf2svg (poppler-glib) > pdfcube (poppler-glib) > pdfgrep (poppler) > pdftoipe (poppler) > popplerkit.framework (poppler) > referencer (poppler-glib) > ruby-gnome2 (poppler-glib) > texlive-bin (poppler) > tracker (poppler-glib) > tumbler (poppler-glib) > xournal (poppler-glib) > webkit2pdf (poppler-glib) > zathura (poppler-glib) > I did a test-rebuild of those packages last friday against poppler 0.16.7-1 from experimental. It turns out, out of these packages gdcm is currently not buildable and fails during configure. I filed a bug for that . Even after fixing that, the package still ftbfs, due to vtk not being multiarch ready . Afaics there is no easy fix for the vtk issue and no clear timeframe when such a fix would be ready. As a consequence I asked on irc if (temporarily) removing gdcm from testing would be an option. According to adsb this would affect gdcm ants insighttoolkit mriconvert Both adsb and mehdi were ok with that, so I'm planning on uploading poppler to 0.6.17-2 later today. Cheers, Michael  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=632406  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=629815 -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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