[Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt, 2008-08-01] > Piotr "=?utf-8?Q?O=C5=BCarowski?=" <email@example.com> writes: > > I agree with Mikhail that all changes from 0.4.2 should appear in Lenny. > > I'm attaching complete debdiff and a debdiff without documentation/tests > > changes - the second one is not really that big and changes looks sane > > to me. > > God, how hard is it to understand what "No new upstream release" means? > Rejected. [no sarcasm, just a question] Is it a general rule? The "no new upstream release" one?. I plan to upload sqlalchemy 0.4.7p1-1 with 3 lines of code changed soon. Do I really have to prepare 0.4.7-2 with changes moved from upstream sources to debian/patches? What does it change (besides avoiding big debdiff due to lots of date stamps in documentation / new regression test files)? If it's not a general rule, what's a sane debdiff size?  I'm waiting for 0.4.7-1 to propagate to testing -- :wq!
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