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Bug#43864: Adding package names to bug report e-mails

This is pretty trivial to do, but is this still wanted? Or has
X-$gProject-PR-Package: $data->{package} made this superfluous?

I was thinking of something on the lines of the following, but haven't
yet tested it:

--- process.in  5 Aug 2004 15:09:30 -0000       1.86
+++ process.in  22 Dec 2004 02:27:52 -0000
@@ -608,6 +608,9 @@
 $orgsender= defined($header{'sender'}) ? "Original-Sender: $header{'sender'}\n" : '';
 $newsubject= $subject;  $newsubject =~ s/^$gBug#$ref:*\s*//;
+# Add package name to the subject [#43864]
+$newsubject = qq([$data->{package}] $newsubject);
 $xcchdr= $header{ 'x-debbugs-cc' };
 if ($xcchdr =~ m/\S/) {

Don Armstrong

Dropping non-free would set us back at least, what, 300 packages?  It'd take  
MONTHS to make up the difference, and meanwhile Debian users will be fleeing

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