Why is package X not in testing yet?
Dependency analysis (including build-depends; i386 only):
- xine-lib depends on libcam-dev which is not available in testing
- freebsd-libs depends on freebsd-buildutils >= 9.0-3~ but testing has 9.0-11 (unstable has 9.0-11)
- freebsd-libs depends on libc0.1-dev >= 2.13-31, which is not available in testing
- eglibc depends on hurd-dev >= 20120520-2~, which is not available in testing
- binary package hurd-dev is part of source package hurd
- hurd has no old version in testing (trying to add, not update)
- hurd is only 0 days old. It must be 10 days old to go in.
- eglibc depends on linux-libc-dev >= 3.4 but testing has 3.2.46-1 (unstable has 3.9.6-1)
- binary package linux-libc-dev is part of source package linux
- trying to update linux from 3.2.46-1 to 3.9.6-1
(candidate is 4 days old)
- linux is not yet built on kfreebsd-amd64: 3.8.13-1 vs 3.9.6-1 (missing 4 binaries: linux-doc-3.8,
- linux no longer provides binary linux-support-3.8-2. ftpmaster needs to remove it.
- linux is not yet built on kfreebsd-i386: 3.8.13-1 vs 3.9.6-1 (missing 4 binaries: linux-doc-3.8,
- linux is waiting for linux-tools
- Updating linux-tools makes 4 depending packages uninstallable on i386: linux-headers-3.2.0-4-all,
- Updating linux-tools makes 24 non-depending packages uninstallable on i386: blcr-dkms,
- info: linux has a version in experimental (3.10~rc5-1~exp1)
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1. Sometimes packages have seemingly recursive dependencies (adding X makes Y uninstallable, Y is waiting for X). This means the new version of X will break the old version of Y, but there's also a new version of Y that needs the new version of X. As soon as all other dependencies are solved, the two packages can be hinted to go in together.
2. Platforms are tested in alphabetical order, but only the first that breaks is displayed. That's why many packages are reported as uninstallable on alpha. Actually they are most likely uninstallable on many other platforms too, but only the result for alpha is displayed.
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