On Wednesday 2019-04-17 08:18, Adam Mizerski wrote:
There is a package called "glm" in
that I'm maintainer of.
I just found out that this package is now developed at "science" project.
So now I see no reason for it to exist in d:l:c project. I'd like to
delete it, but there are some other packages linked to it. How should I
handle this? Should I request deletion of them? Or maybe is there some
magic that would allow to change them to link to "science" project?
There is no automatic rewriting mechanism that I know of. For
devel:tools:scm/glm and electronics/glm, the only option is to delete
the package if possible (since it is available in Factory in some
version) or have the maintainers rewrite the _link file manually (SRs
expand it and cannot be used last time I checked).
One can ignore the links from the "home:" namespace, so then it is just
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