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Bug#680851: marked as done (unblock: django-auth-ldap/1.0.19-1)

Your message dated Sun, 08 Jul 2012 23:47:59 +0100
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has caused the Debian Bug report #680851,
regarding unblock: django-auth-ldap/1.0.19-1
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Please unblock package django-auth-ldap

It fixes RC bug #669486 and the only upstream change from 1.0.18 to .19
is a compatibility fix for django >= 1.3 that prevents deprecation
warnings when used with such a django version.

unblock django-auth-ldap/1.0.19-1

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On 08.07.2012 22:05, Michael Fladischer wrote:
On Sun, 2012-07-08 at 19:19 +0100, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
If the old unversioned dependency is thus correct still, please
a new package which drops that change and let us know.

django-auth-ldap-1.0.19-2 has been uploaded which dropped the versioned dependency. However, just to clarify, the versioned B-D on django should
stay, because the settings.py file used during the tests uses a new
configuration format that requires django >= 1.2.

Thanks.  Unblocked.



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