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Accepted lintian 2.5.86~bpo9+1 (source) into stretch-backports

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Date: Mon, 14 May 2018 22:59:09 +0200
Source: lintian
Binary: lintian
Architecture: source
Version: 2.5.86~bpo9+1
Distribution: stretch-backports
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Debian Lintian Maintainers <lintian-maint@debian.org>
Changed-By: Luca Falavigna <dktrkranz@debian.org>
 lintian    - Debian package checker
Closes: 884499 889816 889991 892304 895573 895574 895656 895674 895818 895831 895841 896010 896079 896133 896671 896675 896840 897082 897157 897166 897213 897244 897248 897402 897424 897638 897639 897692 897915 898077 898136 898160
 lintian (2.5.86~bpo9+1) stretch-backports; urgency=medium
   * Rebuild for stretch-backports.
 lintian (2.5.86) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Summary of tag changes:
     + Added:
       - epoch-changed-but-upstream-version-did-not-go-backwards
       - latest-debian-changelog-entry-reuses-existing-version
     + Removed:
       - depends-on-mail-transport-agent-without-alternatives
   * checks/changelog-file.{desc,pm}:
     + [CL] Emit an error when a package bumps the epoch but the upstream
       version did not go "backwards".  Thanks to Raphael Hertzog for the
       idea.  (Closes: #889816)
     + [CL] Correctly warn about packages that re-use a previous version
       number.  Thanks to Raphael Hertzog for spotting this issue and the
       follow-ups.  (Closes: #889991)
   * checks/fields.pm:
     + [CL] Move homepage-field-uses-insecure-uri regex into a separate data
       file now it is getting unwieldy.
     + [CL] Drop depends-on-mail-transport-agent-without-alternatives as it
       only consists of false-positives.  Thanks to Paul Wise and Russ
       Allbery.  (Closes: #898136)
   * data/debhelper/dh_addons-manual:
     + [CL] Also permit python-scour to satisfy the requirement for the
       scour addon.  (Closes: #898077)
   * data/fields/insecure-homepage-uris:
     + [CL] Add non-HTTPS gnu.org to the list of sites we should warn about
       for homepage-field-uses-insecure-uri.  Thanks to Mattia Rizzolo for
       the report.  (Closes: #898160)
   * data/spelling/corrections:
     + [PW] Add a number of corrections.
 lintian (2.5.85) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Summary of tag changes:
     + Added:
       - ancient-python-version-field
       - changed-by-invalid-for-derivative
       - old-python-version-field
       - package-does-not-use-debhelper-or-cdbs
   * checks/{binaries,shared-libs.pm}:
     + [CL] Update shared object detection for file >= 5.33 as this version
       will identify shared objects as a "pie executable" or "shared object"
       depending on the file's executable bit.  Thanks to Paul Gevers, Doug
       Freed, Christoph Biedl & Mattia Rizzolo.  (Closes: #896840)
   * checks/changelog-file.pm:
     + [CL] Prevent false-positives in the non-consecutive-debian-revision
       and possible-new-upstream-release-without-new-version tags by
       skipping them if the source package was renamed.  Thanks to Andreas
       Beckmann for the report.  (Closes: #896675)
     + [CL] Include the offending version numbers in the output of the
       non-consecutive-debian-revision tag.
   * checks/cruft.pm:
     + [CL] Make the file-contains-trailing-whitespace tag also emit for
       whitespace at end of files.
     + [CL] Drop now-misleading comment regarding trailing whitespace
       filenames being relative.
     + [CL] Also allow /usr/share/doc/$pkg/examples to be a symlink when
       checking for packages that ship examples.  Thanks to Rafael
       Laboissière for the report.  (Closes: #897157)
   * checks/copyright-file.pm:
     + [CL] Disable the duplicate word "spelling" detection in copyright
       files to their extensive use of headings and other structures causing
       false positives.  Thanks, Stuart Prescott.  (Closes: #897402)
   * checks/debhelper.{pm,desc}:
     + [CL] Don't use $. out-of-context when reporting on dh --parallel.
     + [CL] Add a pedantic warning for packages that do not use debhelper or
       CDBS.  (Closes: #884499)
   * checks/description.pm:
     + [CL] Rework the description-synopsis-might-not-be-phrased-properly
       tag to ensure we do not cause false-positives for literal "e.g.",
       "eg.", ellipsis ("..."), "etc.", splitting out the tests to make
       it clearer and to catch some other corner cases.  Thanks to Andreas
       Beckmann for the detailed report.  (Closes: #896671)
     + [CL] Include the synopsis itself for context, etc. when emitting the
       description-synopsis-might-not-be-phrased-properly tag.
   * checks/fields.pm:
     + [CL] Correct a default-mta-dependency-not-listed-first false-
       positive where we incorrect emitted the tag for, e.g.
       "Depends: a, default-mta | b".  (Closes: #897166)
     + [CL] Fix orphaned-package-not-maintained-in-debian-infrastructure
       false positives for https://git.dgit.debian.org Vcs-* fields.
       Thanks to Thorsten Alteholz for the report.  (Closes: #897915)
   * checks/menus.pm:
     + [CL] Also look in a package's dependencies for files listed in a
       doc-base control file.  (Closes: #897244)
   * checks/patch-systems.pm:
     + [CL] Ignore templated ".in" files in debian/patches for the
       patch-file-present-but-not-mentioned-in-series tag.
   * checks/python.{desc,pm}:
     + [CL] Mark dependency-on-python-version-marked-for-end-of-life as
       "experimental" and with a "pedantic" severity, thus essentially
       hiding it from all Lintian users yet allowing us to continue to
       continue collect statistics and making it easier to re-introduce
       after the release of buster.  (Closes: #897213)
     + [CL] Migrate the malformed-python-version and
       python-version-current-is-deprecated tags from fields.pm, refactor
       to use $info->source_field over $info->field, include the
       offending field name in the output, and also warn about the Python
       3.x variant of this field.
     + [CL] Warn about ancient and old X-Python{,3}-Version fields.  Thanks
       to Scott Kitterman.  (Closes: #892304)
   * checks/watch-file.desc:
     + [CL] Update description of debian-watch-uses-insecure-uri to clarify
       what to do if there is currently no secure URI.  Thanks to Andreas
       Tille for the report.  (Closes: #897082)
   * collection/src-orig-index:
     + [CL] Pass --full-date to tar(1) to ensure that we get a consistent
       output in the presence of spaces in other fields.  (Closes: #897248)
     + [CL] Pass --utc to tar(1) to ensure reproducible date parsing.
   * data/java/constants:
     + [CL] Apply patches from Bas Couwenberg to update the bytecode checks
       for OpenJDK 10 add bytecode number for OpenJDK 11.  (Closes: #897424)
   * data/fields/perl-provides:
     + [CL] Update for Perl 5.026002.
   * data/files/python-generic-modules:
     + [CL] Add "scripts" and "script" to the list of overly generic Python
       module names.  Thanks, Andreas Beckmann.  (Closes: #897692)
   * data/spelling/corrections:
     + [CL] Add a "CBDS" → "CDBS" correction.
     + [CL] Add a "DSFG" → "DFSG" correction.
     + [PW] Add a number of corrections.
   * doc/releases.md:
     + [CL] Clarify that we should add an extra bit of whitespace for
       annotated release tags.
   * lib/Lintian/Check.pm:
     + [CL] Add support for derivative-specific "Changed-By" validation to
       enforce additional restrictions on the uploader.
   * lib/Lintian/Collect/Package.pm:
     + [CL] croak() a meaningful message we cannot parse an index data line.
   * t/tests/*:
     + [CL] Apply patch from Adam Conrad adding "-Wl,--no-as-needed" to fix
       testsuite failures with Ubuntu's ld(1).  (Closes: #897639)
     + [CL] Correct the "files-" (should be "fields-") prefix of the
       files-orphaned-package-not-maintained-in-debian-infrastructure test.
   * vendors/ubuntu/main/data/changes-file/known-dists:
     + [CL] Apply patch from Adam Conrad to add cosmic as a known Ubuntu
       distribution.  (Closes: #897638)
 lintian (2.5.84) unstable; urgency=medium
   * checks/binaries.pm:
     + [CL] Apply patch from Steve McIntyre to fix profiling detection on
       armhf which was causing test failures in Ubuntu on that architecture.
       (Closes: #895574)
   * checks/fields.pm:
     + [CL] Don't warn about binary-package-depends-on-toolchain-package for
       Conflicts/Breaks relations.  Thanks to Guillem Jover for the report.
       (Closes: #896133)
   * checks/{files.desc,menu-format.*}, data/menu-format/known-desktop-keys:
     + [PW] Link to the latest version for all FreeDesktop standards
   * checks/python.desc:
     + [CL] Replace all instances of "specifies a dependency on Python 2.x
       which not be maintained past 2020" with a clarification that this
       refers to upstream's policy followed by a suggestion that it may be
       dropped after the release of Debian "buster".  Thanks to Adrian Bunk
       for the suggestion.  (Closes: #896079)
   * checks/source-copyright.pm:
     + [CL] Add the offending license name to the output of the
       "dep5-copyright-license-name-not-unique" tag.
   * data/spelling/corrections:
     + [PW] Add a number of corrections.
   * lib/Lintian/Collect/Package.pm:
     + [CL] Ensure directory names always end in a trailing "/" to prevent
       them being added multiple times to our index.  This was resulting in
       false-positives for the source-contains-empty-directory tag.  Thanks
       to James McCoy for the report.  (Closes: #896010)
     + [CL] Correct "as_anchored_root_dir" -> "has_anchored_root_dir" typo
       introduced in e0c833b3 and disable "anchored roots", otherwise
       resolve_path breaks (eg. systemd-complex-service-file).
   * profiles/pureos/main.profile:
     + [CL] Also disable the "changelog-should-mention-nmu" and
       "source-nmu-has-incorrect-version-number" tags.
 lintian (2.5.83) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Summary of tag changes:
     + Added:
       - debian-rules-should-not-use-sanitize-all-buildflag
   * checks/fields.desc:
     + [ADB] Add missing URL in vcs-deprecated-in-debian-infrastructure's
       description, which was accidentally lost in lintian 2.5.80.
   * checks/version-substvars.desc:
     + [CL] Correct confusing not-binnmuable-any-depends-all tag
       description caused by blind replacement of ${Source-Version} to
       ${source:Version} in 4fd0fa4bc3.  (Closes: #895656)
     + [CL] Correct classification of the maybe-not-arch-all-binnmuable
       tag by marking it as "experimental", downgrading the certainty to
       "wild guess" and re-adding a note recommending against making any
       changes at this point.  Thanks, Jeremy Bicha!  (Closes: #895674)
   * data/binaries/spelling-exceptions:
     + [CL] Add "selectOn" to the list of spelling-error-in-binary
       exceptions; it exists in the source as part of a "void
       ToolBoxWidget::selectOn()" method signature, etc.  (Closes: #895818)
     + [CL] Add "wIH" to the list of exceptions.  (Closes: #895841)
   * data/rules/should-not-use:
     + [CL] Detect debian/rules files that specify the sanitize=+all build
       flag.  (Closes: #895831)
   * data/spelling/corrections:
     + [CL] Add "toogle" → "toggle" correction.  Thanks to Thorsten Glaser
       for the report.  (Closes: #895573)
     + [PW] Add a number of corrections.
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