Re: bug tracking system
On Mon, Jun 08, 1998 at 08:11:55PM -0400, Norbert Veber wrote:
> I'm a bit confused about the bug tracking system, for instance after trying
> to close a bug, I got:
> Bug#14159: xinetd: Startup script uses rpc.portmap instead of portmap
> Bug is already closed, cannot re-close.
> On the web page, it doesnt say anything that bug beeing closed, infact using
> the 'find a bugreport by package' search option, the bug shows up under the
> "normal bugs - outstanding" section.
a) The master database for the Bugtracking system is on master
b) The master web pages for the bts are created out of them
c) The are mirrored to www.debian.org and some other mirrors
several times a day.
d) Regular mirror might mirror it from www.
So you have some delay in distributing the contents...
> So, my question is, how do I know if a bug has been closed or not?
Get the control page, request the details
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