python-gtkextra is perfectly installable on testing, but it is alleged
to have a policy problem. since it's last upload has been nmu by qa
team, there should be no problem to do it again.

since openev still depends on python-gtkextra, it should be adopted by
some sponsor and uploaded to unstable, so that there will be some
dependency on python-gtkextra.

as for the new libgdal, rebuilding openev should do.

best regards,


Francesco P. Lovergine wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 24, 2006 at 01:04:46PM +0000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>>Bugs item #303115, was opened at 2006-02-24 13:04
>>You can respond by visiting: 
>>Category: None
>>Group: None
>>Status: Open
>>Resolution: None
>>Priority: 5
>>Submitted By: Nobody (None)
>>Assigned to: Nobody (None)
>>Summary: openev uninstallable
>>Initial Comment:
>>The very useful openev package is not installable because of the following 
>>problems :
>>- depends on python-gtkextra that has been removed from the official 
>>repositories (http://packages.qa.debian.org/p/python-gtkextra.html)
>>- depends on libgdal1c2 and official now is 1.3.1 --> should be solved easily.
>>Does anybody knows how to solve the problem with python-gtkextra ?
> It has some other building problem (missing build-dep on autoconf for 
> instance).
> Alex?

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