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Hello Release Team,

libpinyin upstream made a SOVERSION bump from 13 to 15, and the Debian packaging has been changed accordingly in libpinyin 2.7.92-1 in experimental. These are the packages affected by the transition:

 fcitx-libpinyin
 fcitx5-zhuyin
 ibus-libpinyin
 ibus-libzhuyin
 maliit-keyboard

I have changed the sources as appropriate and successfully test built the packages against the new libpinyin.

As regards maliit-keyboard I plan to ping the maintainer (aka submit a bug) and possibly do an NMU. The other affected packages are maintained by Debian's IME team, and as a team member I plan to upload them myself.

The autogenerated ben tracker looks as expected:

https://release.debian.org/transitions/html/auto-libpinyin.html

Please consider libpinyin for transition.

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Gunnar Hjalmarsson

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The transition has completed in testing, so closing.

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