[pkg-wine-party] Bug#535153: libc6: breaks wine upon upgrade, should have Breaks: wine
ovek at arcticnet.no
Sat Jul 11 11:14:52 UTC 2009
Aurelien Jarno skrev:
> Any news on that? Should we make the unstable version of wine not
> installable, or should we simply close this bug?
I'm not entirely sure whether you mean unstable as in "sid" (where the
stable version of Wine, 1.0.*, is), or as in Wine 1.1.* in experimental.
There's no reason to make Wine 1.0.* uninstallable. It uses /usr/lib,
not /usr/lib32, and is therefore unaffected by the transition. (I could
change that, but don't see much point.) Being the current stable release
of Wine, it is likely to stay there for a while, and with very few
updates, if any.
There are issues in experimental, though. I initially made it install
into /usr/lib32 instead of /usr/lib as a bit of an experiment (in
anticipation of Wine's 64-bit version), before the transitions began.
I'll add a Pre-Depends if the Wine packages continue to use /usr/lib32,
though maybe it won't (I might multiarchify it instead). And when Wine
1.1.* goes into unstable, it will probably also be under different
(I would have uploaded such a fixed Wine package already, but right now
it's a bit difficult to upload any Wine, given the ia32-libs situation.)
In any case, there won't be broken Wine packages (regarding this, at
least..) in unstable. And in experimental, I'll just tell anyone who
asks to reinstall the Wine debs (which works). I'd suggest you ignore
the problem (close the bug).
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