On 2017-08-09 19:09, Andreas Beckmann wrote: > I can't find a *gsl*prof* package in the archive, so this indeed seems > to be a new one. And should be totally unrelated to the splitting of the > library package.
That's an interesting one. Above analysis was without looking at the source. It's in the source package, but did not get built so far, except for your last upload. Let me see what happens in my local build ... In the i386 build log from the buildd I see: dpkg-genchanges: warning: package libgsl-prof in control file but not in files list BTW, you should use source-only uploads nowadays (unless you have something that needs to go through NEW). Looking at the source now: $ grep -r libgsl-prof debian/ debian/rules:profpack := libgsl-prof debian/control:Package: libgsl-prof $ grep -r profpack debian/ debian/rules:#profpack := libgsl$(sonum)-prof debian/rules:profpack := libgsl-prof debian/rules:debprof := $(CURDIR)/debian/$(profpack) debian/rules:export DH_OPTIONS =-N$(libpack) -N$(libcblas) -N$(devpack) -N$(binpack) -N$(dbgpack) -p$(profpack) debian/rules:export DH_OPTIONS =-N$(profpack) debian/rules: $(MAKE) -f debian/rules DH_OPTIONS="-i -N$(profpack)" binary-common debian/rules: $(MAKE) -f debian/rules DH_OPTIONS="-a -N$(profpack)" binary-common and without even doing '$PAGER debian/rules' I'd recommend: * switch to dh gsl is probably a long grown packaging ... according to the changelog the package origin predates my first potato system in 1999 :-) So something changed on your build machine and libgsl-prof got built this time. ... local rebuild of -5 finished: dpkg-genchanges: warning: package libgsl-prof in control file but not in files list Andreas