Ah. Ok, I think I know what is going on then, though I don't know that there is any easy cure.
The various repositories have priority settings. The updates you have installed are all from testing, which has lower priority than the standard repos. As a result, even though you are running later versions, Gslapt thinks the packages from patches, extra etc. are updates to the packages you have installed from testing.
Not sure that there is any way to fix it, though you may be able to modify the priorities that Gslapt uses. Personally, I think I would just ignore it.....