On Tue, Feb 11, 2020 at 08:56:43PM -0500, John Scott wrote:
> It appears that bugs haven't been filed to get reverse dependencies depending 
> on version 1 out of testing.
> Britney [1] says
> > trying: prompt-toolkit
> > skipped: prompt-toolkit (39, 2, 91)
> > 
> >     got: 26+0: a-1:a-0:a-0:a-0:i-17:m-0:m-7:p-0:s-1
> >     * mipsel: caffe-cpu, python3-caffe-cpu, python3-guiqwt,
> >     python3-line-profiler, python3-pyraf, python3-sfepy, python3-yt
> and so since these binaries are still in Bullseye, prompt-toolkit isn't going 
> to be migrating until they're removed.

I think this is the wrong line to look at.

Just above is

trying: python-softlayer prompt-toolkit jupyter-console ipython
skipped: python-softlayer prompt-toolkit jupyter-console ipython (39, 0,
    got: 20+0: a-1:a-0:a-0:a-0:i-18:m-0:m-0:p-0:s-1
        * i386: mycli
            - splitting the component into single items and retrying

Which is the set of packages which _should_ migrate together. They're
currently blocked because while a compatible version of mycli has been
uploaded to unstable, it was uploaded prebuilt, which is no longer
allowed to migrate to testing. I've communicated with the maintainer
about this (getting a new upload should be quicker than getting the old
version autoremoved).

The block you picked above shows what happens if, having failed to
migrate those four packages together, it tries instead to migrate
prompt-toolkit only - which results in ipython being removed from
testing, and most of the listed packages are rdepends of ipython.
> I'm only an interested user and may be misunderstanding. Could you file these 
> bugs or help me understand what I'm overlooking?
> [1] https://release.debian.org/britney/update_output.txt

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