Bug#70634: Typo in policy manual
On 20000830T184956-0400, Matt Zimmerman wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 30, 2000 at 08:51:47PM +0300, Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho wrote:
> > The definition is the following:
> > It is not be necessary to explicitly specify build-time relationships
> > on a minimal set of packages that are always needed to compile, link
> > and put in a Debian package a standard "Hello World!" program written
> > in C or C++. The required packages are called _build-essential_, and
> > an informational list can be found in
> > `/usr/share/doc/build-essential/list' (which is contained in the
> > `build-essential' package).
> > (Debian Policy v. 22.214.171.124, section 2.4.2.)
> I can't find a bug open regarding the obvious grammatical error at the
> beginning of this paragraph ("It is not be"). Is someone aware of it
> I imagine it should read "It is not necessary...".
> - mdz
Why didn't you file the bug then?
(I believe it originally said "it will not be" and then somebody