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  to contrib/g/glx-alternatives/glx-alternative-fglrx_0.0.1_i386.deb
  to contrib/g/glx-alternatives/glx-alternative-mesa_0.0.1_i386.deb
  to contrib/g/glx-alternatives/glx-alternative-nvidia_0.0.1_i386.deb
  to contrib/g/glx-alternatives/glx-alternatives_0.0.1.dsc
  to contrib/g/glx-alternatives/glx-alternatives_0.0.1.tar.gz
(new) glx-diversions_0.0.1_i386.deb optional contrib/libs
prepare for using accelerated GLX implementations from GPU vendors
 Diverts the free implementation (MESA) and the xserver module (Xorg), preparing the system for plugging in accelerated
 implementations from GPU vendors via alternatives, see the
 glx-alternative-* packages.
Changes: glx-alternatives (0.0.1) experimental; urgency=low
  * Switch to multiarch: declare all packages Multi-Arch: foreign.
  * Merge libgl1-diversions and libglx-diversions into glx-diversions.
  * Update package relationships for proper removal: glx-diversions recommends
    glx-alternative-mesa and glx-alternative-* depends on glx-diversions.
  * Move alternative handling to glx-alternative-mesa.
  * Remove obsolete alternatives, before adding new ones.
  * Add Breaks against all old packages having, or alternatives.
  * Only add exisiting files as slave links to the alternatives.  The triggers
    take care for updating the alternatives whenever interesting files appear
    or disappear.
  * glx-alternative-nvidia: add slave alternative support for,, libXvMCNVIDIA{,_dynamic}.so.1,
  * Add fglrx support: take over diversions and implement alternative.

Override entries for your package:
glx-alternative-fglrx_0.0.1_i386.deb - optional contrib/libs
glx-alternative-mesa_0.0.1_i386.deb - optional contrib/libs
glx-alternative-nvidia_0.0.1_i386.deb - optional contrib/libs
glx-alternatives_0.0.1.dsc - source contrib/libs

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