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Bug#972277: sensors-applet: Install the gnome-panel module in multi-arch location
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Dmitry Shachnev
2020-10-15 18:00:01 UTC
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Package: sensors-applet
Version: 3.0.0+git6-0.4
Severity: serious
Justification: fails to build from source with gnome-panel 3.38
Tags: ftbfs patch pending

Dear Maintainer,

In gnome-panel 3.37.1, I enabled multi-arch support [1]. So the modules are
now installed into multi-arch location. Today the new stable release (3.38.0)
was released, and I uploaded it to unstable.

I added Breaks against some packages, including sensors-applet, so a new
upload will be needed to let gnome-panel migrate to testing.

I have uploaded the attached patch to DELAYED/2 queue. I have already done
some NMUs for this package, so I hope you won't mind another one.

[1]: https://tracker.debian.org/news/1145753/accepted-gnome-panel-3371-1-source-into-experimental/

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2020-10-17 18:40:02 UTC
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regarding sensors-applet: Install the gnome-panel module in multi-arch location
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