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Freeze packaging for Debian

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How is <URL: >--packaged
for Debian? *Is* it packaged for Debian?
Feb 13 '07 #1
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On 13 Feb, 16:48, (Cameron Laird) wrote:
How is <URL:>--packaged
for Debian? *Is* it packaged for Debian?
A search for in package contents conducted from the Debian
packages page [1] indicates that the file in question is provided by
the examples package for each particular version of Python: so the
python2.4-examples package would provide the file for a Python 2.4
installation, for example. Doing "dpkg -S" yields python2.4-
examples as the package responsible on my Kubuntu system.


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