Thanks a lot for the fast response!
Op 11-02-2019 om 22:22 schreef Sean Whitton:
On Mon 11 Feb 2019 at 03:26PM +01, Martijn de Gouw wrote:
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After Debian 9.7 was released I started to dist-upgrade our machines,
but it started to remove all emacs packages. I traced this behaviour
back to the emacsen-common package in stretch-backports.
All emacs packages depend on emacsen-common one way or the other, but
the package in stretch-backports is conflicting with most of them:
emacs19, emacs20, emacs21-common, emacs22-common, emacs23-common,
emacs24-common, emacs25-common, xemacs21-support.
Since there are no other emacs packages in stretch-backports, besides
emacsen-common, I pinned the emacsen-common to version 2.0.8 as a
This package shouldn't be in stretch-backports; it was a mistake. I
have requested removal.
It is possible that there is something wrong with your apt config, as
dist-upgrade shouldn't have caused something like this to happen, but I
can't immediately see how it could have happened.
Martijn de Gouw
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