Re: Package languishing in Incoming
This is what dinstall now says:
NEW to unstable
(new) xdir_2.1-2_i386.deb extra non-free/net
Motif based advanced FTP tool - son of LLNL xftp
LLNL XDIR, an OSF/Motif-based FTP client, provides a graphical user
interface for drag-and-drop file transfer. LLNL XDIR simultaneously
displays any number of directories for any number of hosts, with each
directory being displayed in its own window. LLNL XDIR supports
powerful directory browsing capability, including iconic and
hierarchical views. One of LLNL XDIR's most powerful features is its
ability to search directory structures (even across multiple hosts)
for entry names that match a specified pattern.
LLNL XDIR is meant to be the successor to LLNL XFTP, another graphical
FTP client. LLNL XDIR is considerably more sophisticated than LLNL
XFTP, and has all of its functionality.
LLNL XDIR is a component of the Intelligent Archive, which is currently
under development at LLNL.
LLNL XDIR was written by Neale Smith of the Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratory, which is operated by the University of California.
(new) xdir_2.1-2.tar.gz extra non-free/net
(new) xdir_2.1-2.dsc extra non-free/net
Changes: xdir (2.1-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Fixed file permissions and properly Debianized package
Which means one of email@example.com has to add it to the
overrides file and you're done. I'd expect this to happen
within one week nowadays.
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