On 2019-12-03 12:27:00 +0100, Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> The purpose of unison-all is the following (see the latest sentence
> in particular):
> 
> Description: file synchronization tool (all console versions)
>  This is a metapackage that depends on all supported console versions
>  of Unison, a file synchronization tool.
>  .
>  Each of the supported versions uses a different protocol version;
>  installing this metapackage ensures the ability to synchronize with
>  old systems.
> 
> But it currently depends only on unison, which is no longer compatible
> with Debian 10 (buster), i.e. the current Debian/stable.

Unfortunately, the old version I have on my machine is actually
older than buster and not installable in buster. Thus a compatible
version should be created first. Something like that was done in
the past.

BTW, I think that "unison" should just be a metapackage depending
on unison-debian<x>, where <x> is the Debian version (with adapted
paths and executable names). That way, users could install both
Unison from stable and from testing/unstable (unison just depends
on libc6, so that this should be OK in practice). This may make
things easier for unison-all.

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