I cant make sense of all those 'virtual' packages:
python3-profiler:i386 (= ) python3:any (= 3.5.3-1) python3-profiler (= )
python3-profiler:any (= )
The control file of python3_3.5.3-1_amd64.deb outputs only:
Obviously those 'produced' Provides values declare sth related to
architectures.But i dont
understand the logic.
We have a package : Architecture: amd64
That package provides python3:any ? It'd made more sense to me to
provide python3:amd64 , assuming
that there are other packages providing 'python3' 'functionality'.
Also i think that there is not other package 'providing' python3. So i
cant understand why even that virtual package exists (if we assume that
showpkg reports is also true).