Allow package bug scripts to unconditionally stop reportbug
since version 4.10, reportbug checks the return code of the package
bug scripts and, it != 0, ask the user if to continue or stop. This is
the way we decided to fix #382010 .
But now I'm wondering if there could be a use case of allowing the
scripts to unconditionally stop reportbug, for example using a
"special" exit code (140 f.e.) .
I don't have a strong feeling about it, and letting a program abort
reportbug without a clear explanation to users might be bad, but I'd
like to hear what do you think about it.
If a relevant number of you prefers to have this "fast way out", I'm
going and code it, else we can go on with the solution currently in
Sandro Tosi (aka morph, morpheus, matrixhasu)
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