Package: kmymoney
Version: 3.96.0-1
Severity: minor
Tags: patch


with the aqbanking plugin now being part of kmymoney, the Debian package
kmymoney2-plugin-aqbanking is obsolete. So this package will be removed from
the archive soon.

Users that upgrade their Debian system from Lenny to Squeeze should not notice
this transition. Hence I suggest the addition of appropriate conflicts/replaces
dependencies, causing the package kmymoney2-plugin-aqbanking being removed when
upgrading to kmymoney. See the attached patch for further details.

As soon as this patch (or some similar solution) is part of the package and
uploaded to unstable I'll request the removal of the obsolete
kmymoney2-plugin-aqbanking package.

Index: debian/control
--- debian/control	(Revision 17448)
+++ debian/control	(Arbeitskopie)
@@ -16,9 +16,8 @@
 Package: kmymoney
 Architecture: any
 Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}, kmymoney-common (= ${source:Version})
-Replaces: kmymoney2 (<< 3.96.0-1)
-Conflicts: kmymoney2 (<< 3.96.0-1)
-Breaks: kmymoney2-plugin-aqbanking (<= 1.0-1)
+Replaces: kmymoney2 (<< 3.96.0-1), kmymoney2-plugin-aqbanking (<= 1.0-1)
+Conflicts: kmymoney2 (<< 3.96.0-1), kmymoney2-plugin-aqbanking (<= 1.0-1)
 Description: personal finance manager for KDE
  KMyMoney is the Personal Finance Manager for KDE. It operates similar to
  MS-Money and Quicken, supports different account types, categorisation of
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