Joachim Breitner <firstname.lastname@example.org> (27/02/2010): > exactly. The package names like libghc6-ghc-prof-6.12.1-df3ea > represent a cabal package with a certain ABI hash (in this case > starting with df3ea). If these don’t match, the packages are broken, > therefore we encoded it in Provides/Depends. OK. Was just trying to make sure there were no additional issues you weren't aware of. > A recent upload of ghc6 seems to have changed the ABI hash of the > "ghc" package (which is rather internal and only used by > compiler-close stuff). Therefore, libghc6-ghc-mtl-prof is > uninstallable. A nmu of haskell-ghc-mtl will create a package which > depends on the changed ABI, have an uploaded Provides and thus clear > the BD-Uninstallable issue. Thanks for the details. Scheduled. (My very first binNMU, w00t.) Mraw, KiBi.
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