[Bug 478504] Review Request: gget - Download Manager for the GNOME desktop.

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--- Comment #13 from Mamoru Tasaka <mtasaka at ioa.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp>  2009-01-12 08:30:33 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #12)
> (In reply to comment #10)
> Imagine this:
> /usr/lib/epiphany
> /usr/lib/epiphany/2.22
> /usr/lib/epiphany/2.22/extensions/gget.py*
> When epiphany gets updated to 2.23 we have:
> /usr/lib/epiphany (unowned)
> /usr/lib/epiphany/2.22 (unowned)
> /usr/lib/epiphany/2.22/extensions/gget.py* (unowned)
> /usr/lib/epiphany
> /usr/lib/epiphany/2.23
> /usr/lib/epiphany/2.23/extensions

- As when epiphany is upgrade from 2.22 to 2.23, then
  I guess gget-epiphany-extension will no longer work (although
  I don't know this package well) unless gget is rebuilt
  against new epiphany.

  i.e. if epiphany can be upgraded without gget-epiphany-extension
       is rebuilt, it is _already_ wrong. Not-rebuilt gget-epiphany-extension
       should prevent epiphany from being upgraded in such a case

  Some idea:
  - Add "Conflicts: epiphany >= 2.23"
        "Conflicts: epiphany < 2.22"
  - Ask epiphany maintainer to support "Provides: epiphany(abi) = 2.22",
    for example.

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