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Re: Debian shishi package bug

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: Re: Debian shishi package bug
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 09:54:24 +0200
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Russ Allbery <address@hidden> writes:

>> Is this a linda bug?
> Yeah, I think so.  I don't know a lot about linda, but it sure sounds like
> one.

I'll ignore that message now.

>> W: shishi; A binary links against a library it does not use symbols from
>>  This package contains a binary that links against a library that is
>>  not in the Depends line. This may also be a bug in the library which
>>  does not have a shlibs file.
>> I don't understand this one.
> Ignore it.  It's broken as designed and apparently will be removed in a
> future version of linda.


>> W: shishi-dbg; There is no Depends: line in the control file.
>>  The package has no Depends: line in the control file. This is not
>>  allowed by Policy if the package in question contains binary objects.
>>  Perhaps try calling dpkg-shlibdeps or dh_shlibdeps in the package
>>  rules file.
>> And this was a linda bug I can ignore, right?
> Yup.


Then the only remaining linda warning was the one about
gnutls12/gnutls13 double dependency.  I think I'll ignore that until I
understand exactly what real problem is caused by it.  The binaries
does not appear to link to two different libgnutls versions, so I
don't see a problem.


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