Bug#599953: Looks like we should drop libverilog-perl for squeeze
gregoa at debian.org
Sat Nov 13 21:16:36 UTC 2010
On Sat, 13 Nov 2010 20:01:41 +0000, Enrico Zini wrote:
> libverilog-perl 3.251-1 is currently in squeeze and sid and has RC bugs
> open against it.
According to the BTS and the build logs the problems start with
version 3.303-1; 3.251-1 in squeeze still built fine:
> Considering that the package has a very small number of users, that
> we're supposed to release fairly soon, and that this issue looks not
> that easy to solve, it may be a good idea to just remove libverilog-perl
> from testing and deal with this comfortably in unstable.
> Would it make sense for you?
In general I'm all for starting to remove fringe packages from testing
(thanks for your initiative!) but unless I'm mistaken in this case it
doesn't seem to be necessary.
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