Is 0.7.13 going to be part of an Ubuntu package distribution?

Asked by Kees Beets on 2017-07-29

Is 0.7.13 going to be part of an Ubuntu package distribution, and if so when approximately?

Background: as there are a lot of good fixes since 0.7.06 I am wondering whether to wait for the update in the package distribution or try to remove current version and do a manual install.

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2017-08-01

Regrettably, Ubuntu and other distros do not upgrade to the newer versions
as they come out. You will need to "apt-get purge duplicity", then install
from the tarball using the standard "python2 setup.py install" route.

On Sat, Jul 29, 2017 at 12:17 PM, Kees Beets <
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> Is 0.7.13 going to be part of an Ubuntu package distribution, and if so
> when approximately?
>
> Background: as there are a lot of good fixes since 0.7.06 I am wondering
> whether to wait for the update in the package distribution or try to remove
> current version and do a manual install.
>
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