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has caused the Debian Bug report #1071007,
regarding sherlock: Must not ship /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/
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Package: sherlock
Version: 0.14.3+git20240511.b83f5be-1
Severity: serious
Usertags: fileconflict
Control: affects -1 + pycrc

sherlock has an undeclared file conflict. This may result in an unpack
error from dpkg.

The file /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/ is contained in the
 * pycrc/0.10.0-2 as present in trixie|unstable
 * sherlock/0.14.3+git20240511.b83f5be-1 as present in unstable

These packages can be unpacked concurrently, because there is no
relevant Replaces or Conflicts relation. Attempting to unpack these
packages concurrently results in an unpack error from dpkg, because none
of the packages installs a diversion for the affected file.

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I have read the other replies to the bug, which I missed previously.

It's not upstream's intention to ship the modules in dist-packages.



Samuel Henrique <samueloph>

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