[pkg-wine-party] Bug#742423: wine-unstable is *still* unusable

Marc Dequènes (Duck) duck at duckcorp.org
Sun Mar 23 22:31:24 UTC 2014

Control: severity -1 critical


You closed #742021 and #742317 in a hurry, but the logic in  
/usr/bin/wine-unstable is to look for the real 32/64 binaries in the  
same directory while you moved them into /usr/lib/wine-unstable/, thus  
your package is unusable.

Clearly this release was *again* not tested, not the slightest. I fear  
I don't understand how running wine --version or the like would be  
difficult or time consuming enough to justify such kind of blind  
uploads while you're in the process of a complete rework of  
wine/wine-unstable packages (to be co-installable if I understood it  
well). You're really harming Debian and Debian users doing so, so  
please consider rethinking how you work for Debian, delegating,  
dropping packages to have a decent workload, i don't know, but PLEASE  


Marc Dequènes (Duck)

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