dpkg_1.19.0.4_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into unstable

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dpkg_1.19.0.4_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into unstable

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Accepted:

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Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2017 23:47:08 +0200
Source: dpkg
Binary: dpkg libdpkg-dev dpkg-dev libdpkg-perl dselect
Architecture: source
Version: 1.19.0.4
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Dpkg Developers <[hidden email]>
Changed-By: Guillem Jover <[hidden email]>
Description:
 dpkg       - Debian package management system
 dpkg-dev   - Debian package development tools
 dselect    - Debian package management front-end
 libdpkg-dev - Debian package management static library
 libdpkg-perl - Dpkg perl modules
Closes: 879124
Changes:
 dpkg (1.19.0.4) unstable; urgency=medium
 .
   * Perl modules:
     - Check that $tarname is defined before use in Dpkg::Source::Package::V1.
       Thanks to Christoph Biedl <[hidden email]>.
       Closes: #879124
   * Packaging:
     - Add Breaks on debhelper << 10.10.1~ to dpkg-dev, so that debhelper users
       wanting to use R³ support do not need a versioned dependency on dpkg-dev.
     - Add Breaks dgit << 3.13~ to libdpkg-perl, as older dgit versions assumed
       that Dpkg::Compression::Process was available, via implicit import
       from Dpkg::Source::Package.
       Reported by Ian Jackson <[hidden email]>.
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Re: dpkg_1.19.0.4_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into unstable

Ian Jackson-2
Debian FTP Masters writes ("dpkg_1.19.0.4_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into unstable"):
>      - Add Breaks dgit << 3.13~ to libdpkg-perl, as older dgit
>        versions assumed that Dpkg::Compression::Process was
>        available, via implicit import from Dpkg::Source::Package.
>        Reported by Ian Jackson <[hidden email]>.

Thanks.

Ian.

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Re: dpkg_1.19.0.4_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into unstable

Guillem Jover
On Mon, 2017-10-23 at 12:50:02 +0100, Ian Jackson wrote:
> Debian FTP Masters writes ("dpkg_1.19.0.4_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into unstable"):
> >      - Add Breaks dgit << 3.13~ to libdpkg-perl, as older dgit
> >        versions assumed that Dpkg::Compression::Process was
> >        available, via implicit import from Dpkg::Source::Package.
> >        Reported by Ian Jackson <[hidden email]>.
>
> Thanks.

You are welcome! And, even though I do not check for private interface
usage or this kind of assumptions, I'm happy to get reports for them
when people notice, to guarantee proper upgrades.

Thanks,
Guillem