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Bug#218114: marked as done (/usr/sbin/apache: order alphabetically)

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Package: apache
Version: 1.3.28-4
Severity: minor
File: /usr/sbin/apache

When asking "Please select the modules that apache will load", it
seems the list is not in perfect alphabetic order, which would be
better for such a long list.

Seen during
$ pstree
  |           |-apt-get dist-upgrade --fix-missing 
  |           |   `-dpkg --configure libc6-dev locales xfree86-common libfreetype6 xlibs xlibs-dev zlib1g-dev icewm-common icewm-lite libglib2.
  |           |       `-frontend -w /usr/share/debconf/frontend /var/lib/dpkg/info/apache.postinst configure 
  |           |           |-apache.postinst /var/lib/dpkg/info/apache.postinst configure 
  |           |           |   `-modules-config /usr/sbin/modules-config apache 
  |           |           `-whiptail --backtitle Debian\040Configuration --title [.]\040Configuring\040Apache --output-fd 11 --separate-output --checklist \012\012Please\040selec

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		 i am closing this bug due to lack on information from the
submitter. A proper explanation has been already added to the BTS.


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