Bug#330509: tetex-bin: updmapsys gives many warnings
On 28.09.05 Roman Bertle (email@example.com) wrote:
Hi Frank, hi Roman
> Package: tetex-bin
> Version: 3.0-7
> Severity: minor
> Tags: experimental
> updmap-sys gives many warnings like:
> updmap-sys: using map file `/usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/tetex/dvips35.map'
> !!! WARNING: While searching for the right map file for `dvips35.map', we have
> found the file
> in the right location and we are using this
> file. However, a map file with different content has been found in
> the obsolete location
> Please, see which version you want to use and eventually update the
> content of the used map file. Additionally, consider removing the
> obsolete file.
> I thinks they are due to the new location of .map files in tetex3. If
> the old files cannot removed automatically during the upgrade to tetex3,
> there should be some comment in README.Debian about these warnings, and
> whether files can be removed manually.
Frank finally stated:
Anyway, it seems to apply only to upgrades between different
experimental versions. Since in sid these map files aren't treated
as conffiles at all (e.g. dvips35.map is in
/usr/share/texmf/dvips/tetex/), they aren't left over, either.
and finally promised to have a look at the maintainer scripts. This
never happened and teTeX is meanwhile obsolete. Can we close that