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How to find out why python-apt is broken in testing

I want to install mini-dhinstall in my "testing" environment, but can't 
because it is dependent on python-apt.

python-apt wont install because it depends on a version of python, whose 
version number is 2.3 .  However python2.3 actually has version number 

looking at the developers page for python, this version was upped (presumably 
in unstable) on 30th July -  I don't really understand why its not moving 
onward into testing.  

Two questions. 

1) How can you determine from the developers page why this hold up, and
2) Is there any way I can cheat (eg download the unstable deb of python and 
install it) that would work?

Alan Chandler

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