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Bug#434953: “not marked as fixed” instead of “marked as not fixed”

On Sun, 29 Jul 2007, Joachim Breitner wrote:
> Then it’s doing something different that I thought it does. I used
> it to undo a „fixed in version 6.6.1-2“ which should not have been
> done in the first place, and judging from the bts web page on
> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=423773 it really
> un-marked the bug as fixed (instead of marking is as not fixed,
> which I thought would be the “found” command).
> If I really mis-understood it: What is the correct way of undoing a
> wrongly marked as fixed version?

All notfixed does is remove the indication that a bug is fixed in a
particular version; if you want to also reopen the bug, you want
found, which will also remove the indication that a bug is fixed in a
particular version as a side effect.

The documentation in the BTS is probably a bit more confusing than it
should be about notfixed though.

Don Armstrong

Americans can always be counted on to do the right thing, after they
have exhausted all other possibilities.
 -- W. Churchill

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