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Month: June 2013

No longer existing packages are still in the apt repository

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2013 01:30:43 +0200

I was surprised when I found out that packages like tdebase-kio-trinity are 
still available in the apt repository, although it has been replaced by a 
more than three months ago. These packages now causing problems when updating 
from 3.5.13.x to nightly-builds.

How is it possible that these packages not disappeared a long time ago?
How to fix it?

Besides, I noticed that the package ubuntu-trinity-rename-meta is in the 
build-deps and is not part of tde-packaging (probably could be named simply 
trinity-rename-meta, and should be included in the main repository).

I think that the version of this dummy package should be set to 14.0.0, 
because otherwise they can not help with the transition => packages are in 
conflict with renamed packages.