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Bug#672820: transition: libcdio

Package: release.debian.org
Severity: normal
User: release.debian.org@packages.debian.org
Usertags: transition

Dear release team,

I'd like to upload a recent libcdio to unstable.
Unfortunately, as usual with libcdio, upgrading from 0.81 to 0.83
means breaking the ABI and changing the sonames of the
libcdio-cdda, libcdio-paranoia, libcdio and libiso9660 libraries...

FWIW, here is the list of (source packages of) packages that depend on
one of the old libraries:

$ grep-aptavail -F Depends libcdio-cdda0 -o -F Depends libcdio-paranoia0 -o -F Depends libcdio10 -o -F Depends libiso9660-7 -s Source:Package | sed -e 's/^Package:/Source:/' | sort -u
Source: aqualung
Source: audacious-plugins
Source: cdw
Source: clementine (1.0.1+dfsg-1)
Source: fuse-umfuse-iso9660
Source: gmerlin (1.0.0~dfsg-13)
Source: gmerlin-avdecoder (1.1.0~dfsg-3)
Source: gst-plugins-ugly0.10
Source: gvfs
Source: kover
Source: libav
Source: libcdio
Source: libdevice-cdio-perl (0.2.4-5)
Source: mednafen
Source: mplayer2
Source: qmmp
Source: vcdimager
Source: vlc (2.0.1-4)
Source: xine-lib
Source: xine-lib-1.2
Source: xmms2 (0.8+dfsg-2)

A binNMU should be enough for all these packages.

Note that libcdio 0.83 was already uploaded to experimental; latest is 

If I understand what a "ben file" is, I think a "ben file" for this 
transition could be:

title = "libcdio";
is_affected = .depends ~ /libcdio-cdda[01]/ | .depends ~ /libcdio-paranoia[01]/ | .depends ~ /libcdio1[03]/ | .depends ~ /libiso9660-[78]/
is_good = .depends ~ /libcdio-cdda1/ | .depends ~ /libcdio-paranoia1/ | .depends ~ /libcdio13/ | .depends ~ /libiso9660-8/
is_bad = .depends ~ /libcdio-cdda0/ | .depends ~ /libcdio-paranoia0/ | .depends ~ /libcdio10/ | .depends ~ /libiso9660-7/

Please tell me whether/when I can upload to unstable.



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