* Adrien CLERC:

> Le 19/06/2014 11:38, Ondřej Surý a écrit :
>> List of affected maintainers follows:
>> Loic Minier <l...@dooz.org>
>>    evolution-data-server (U)
>>    rpm (U)

> I am just a simple user of rpm. Yes, I use rpm for inspecting,
> debugging, and so on. I don't use it for managing packages on my Debian
> box, but I guess that removing BerkeleyDB from rpm is not an option. If
> I'm wrong, I'll be glad to hear it :)

It's very hard to remove because rpm has functionality similar to
debootstrap.  The created RPM database in the chroot must be
compatible with older RPM versions (such as those in CentOS and Red
Hat Enterprise Linux).

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