Am 07.04.2011 04:18, schrieb Michael Biebl:
> Am 07.04.2011 04:05, schrieb Michael Biebl:
>> Am 07.04.2011 04:04, schrieb Michael Biebl:
>>> Hi Ondřej
>>> Am 06.04.2011 22:57, schrieb Ondřej Surý:
>>> My package has:
>>> Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 8), cmake (>= 2.4), kdelibs5-dev, libsvn-dev 
>>> (>=
>>> 1.2.0), libssl-dev (>= 0.9.8a), libsqlite3-dev, gettext, pkg-kde-tools (>= 
>>> 0.9)
>>> So this must me a indirect dependency. This is nothing I can do about in 
>>> kdesvn
>>> itself as kdesvn is not using libdb directly, thus closing.
>> My guess is that is is pulled in via libsvn.
>> As soon as libsvn has been updated, a binNMU of kdesvn should be sufficient.
> hm, maybe it's better to keep the bug open, if you want to track of the libdb
> removal archive wide.
> Please let me know, as soon as you have filed a bug against libsvn-dev. Let's
> then block this bug by the bug against libsvn-dev.
> As soon as libsvn-dev is fixed, we can "fix" the kdesvn bug by a binNMU.

I've looked into this more closely.
kdesvn uses libsvn and runs
apu-config --link-ld --libs
to get the necessary link flags.
This outputs:

 -L/usr/lib -laprutil-1  -ldb

ls -la /usr/lib/
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 12 12. Feb 04:31 /usr/lib/ ->

this link is shipped by libdb4.8-dev.
I guess you need to start fixing things there.


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