On Fri, Nov 10, 2006 at 06:04:40PM +0100, Matthias Klose wrote:
> Alexandre Fayolle writes:
> > In my opinion, shipping etch with python2.5 (even as non default) and no
> > extension module compiled for python2.5 is a bit strange. 
> you can explicitely add support for 2.5 in the package, i.e.
> PYVERSIONS = $(sort $(shell pyversions -vr) 2.5)

Thanks for the tip. 

> The reason I didn't add this by default would be random breakage for
> all extensions which don't build/work for 2.5, which doesn't seem
> appropriate at this point of the release schedule. If we want to

I get it. I am afraid we will get complaints about that post-etch
release, though... 

> > /me goes to reupload python-psyco without python2.3 support. 
> shouldn't be necessary, binNMU should do it.

No, I had completely shunted pyversions in debian/rules :-/ 

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