On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 12:02:38PM +0200, Ole Streicher wrote:
> 
> > It has another really great feature.  It has the following warning
> > output:
> >
> > WARNING:__main__:"filo" has been replaced with "bedtools"
> 
> Where does it get this from? Is this issued when "filo" is a "Provides"?

See

    
https://salsa.debian.org/blends-team/blends-gsoc/blob/master/devtools/sec-blend-gen-control

        query = """
        SELECT distinct p.package, p.replaces FROM packages p JOIN releases r 
ON p.release = r.release
            WHERE r.role='{1}' AND replaces ~ 
('((\s|,)'||'({0})'||'(\s+|,|$)|^'||'({0})'||'$)')
        """.format('|'.join(missing),release)

 
> > WARNING:__main__: **Missing package python3-bd2k has the following existing 
> > versions:
> > WARNING:__main__:python-bd2k

Same file as above

       query = """
                SELECT DISTINCT p.package, regexp_replace(p.package , '\d|\.', 
'', 'g')
                 FROM packages p JOIN releases r ON p.release = r.release.
                WHERE r.role='{1}' AND p.package ~ '{0}' order by 
p.package""".format('|'.join(regex_clause), release)

Hope this helps

    Andreas. 

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