dpkg 1.16.0~ubuntu7 source package in Bilimbi Test


dpkg (1.16.0~ubuntu7) natty; urgency=low

  * src/packages.c: fix the check for whether our dependencies are
    installed, so that it works correctly for multi-arch: foreign packages
    configured during the current dpkg run.  Thanks to Raphaël Hertzog
    <email address hidden> for the fix.  LP: #756381.

  [ Raphaël Hertzog ]
  * fddba30d74856e2d5c3f287343569fc259729bc0: Fix regression in dpkg 1.16.0
    affecting dpkg R.  Closes: #620636.
 -- Steve Langasek <email address hidden>   Thu, 14 Apr 2011 11:28:51 -0700

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dpkg: Debian package management system

 This package provides the low-level infrastructure for handling the
 installation and removal of Debian software packages.
 For Debian package development tools, install dpkg-dev.

dselect: Debian package management front-end

 dselect is a high-level interface for managing the installation and
 removal of Debian software packages.
 Many users find dselect intimidating and new users may prefer to use
 apt-based user interfaces.

libdpkg-dev: Debian package management static library

 This package provides the header files and static library necessary to
 develop software using libdpkg, the same library used internally by dpkg.
 Note though, that the API is to be considered volatile, and might change
 at any time, use at your own risk.