With the release candidate 2 for Bluefish 2.0 my repository provides bluefish packages for the amd64 and i386 architectures. They will be automatically installed when you update your installed bluefish-unstable packages:
# apt-get dist-upgrade The following NEW packages will be installed: bluefish bluefish-data bluefish-dbg bluefish-plugins The following packages will be upgraded: bluefish-unstable bluefish-unstable-data bluefish-unstable-dbg bluefish-unstable-plugins
The latter became so called "transitional packages" and don't provide any functionality. They can be safely removed after upgrading to the bluefish packages:
# apt-get autoremove --purge bluefish-unstable bluefish-unstable-data bluefish-unstable-dbg bluefish-unstable-plugins
The package upgrade/installation will further replace any installation of the bluefish packages of Debian and Ubuntu!