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Bug#86806: Disappearing packages

OK, scratch one mystery.  gnu-smalltalk is listed under interpreters,
which is a perfectly fine place for it.

However, the whereabouts of the stable and testing versions,
particularly the former, is still a mystery.  FYI, here's something
from my system, referring to a version number of the package that is
not in any of the archives (apparently).

ross@wheat:/usr/local/home/ross/mail/tmp$ dpkg -s gnu-smalltalk
Package: gnu-smalltalk
Status: deinstall ok installed
Priority: optional
Section: interpreters
Installed-Size: 3548
Maintainer: Alexander Shinn <foof@debian.org>
Version: 1.6.1-2
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.1), libjpeg62, libncurses4 (>= 4.2-3.1), libreadlineg2 (>= 2.1-12), libtiff3g, tcl8.0 (>= 8.0.4), tk8.0 (>= 8.0.3) | tkstep8.0, xlib6g (>=, xpm4g (>= 3.4j-0), zlib1g (>= 1:1.1.3)
Suggests: gst-doc
Description: GNU Smalltalk - an implementation of Smalltalk-80
 GNU Smalltalk is an implementation that closely follows the
 Smalltalk-80 language (tm ParcPlace Systems) as described in the book
 `Smalltalk-80: the Language and its Implementation' by Adele Goldberg
 and David Robson, also known as "the Blue Book".
 This package includes the Smalltalk executable, gst, itself.

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