Bug#800805: python-laditools: python-enum now conflicts with python-enum34

Ross Gammon rossgammon at mail.dk
Sat Oct 3 19:37:31 UTC 2015

Package: python-laditools
Version: 1.1.0-1
Severity: normal

Dear Maintainer,

For the coming release of Ubuntu Studio, the Live CD was failing to build due
to python-enum & python-enum34 conflicting. Python-enum was removed from the
seeds to allow the Live CD to build, but now python-laditools will not be
installable in Ubuntu Studio (and thus gladish):

The conflicts was added to python-enum very recently:

Soon there may be other ladish users having loosing out if they need the other
software that depends on python-enum34.

As python-enum34 is a backport of the python3-enum34 that is compatible with
Python 2, it may be a good idea to try and migrate python-laditools to that
version of the library instead.



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