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Installed debconf 0.3.79 (all source i386)



Installed:
debconf_0.3.79_i386.deb
  to dists/woody/main/binary-i386/admin/debconf_0.3.79.deb
  replacing debconf_0.3.78.deb
debconf-doc_0.3.79_all.deb
  to dists/woody/main/binary-all/admin/debconf-doc_0.3.79.deb
  replacing debconf-doc_0.3.78.deb
debconf_0.3.79.tar.gz
  to dists/woody/main/source/admin/debconf_0.3.79.tar.gz
  replacing debconf_0.3.78.tar.gz
debconf-utils_0.3.79_all.deb
  to dists/woody/main/binary-all/devel/debconf-utils_0.3.79.deb
  replacing debconf-utils_0.3.78.deb
debconf_0.3.79.dsc
  to dists/woody/main/source/admin/debconf_0.3.79.dsc
  replacing debconf_0.3.78.dsc


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Format: 1.6
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 09:02:59 -0700
Source: debconf
Binary: debconf-utils debconf debconf-doc
Architecture: source i386 all
Version: 0.3.79
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org>
Description: 
 debconf    - Debian configuration management system
 debconf-doc - Debian configuration management system documentation
 debconf-utils - Debconf utilities
Changes: 
 debconf (0.3.79) unstable; urgency=low
 .
   * Copyright change: debconf is now licensed under the terms of the BSD
     copyright, minus the advertising clause. I have contacted all
     contributors and they agree with this license change. This also changes
     the license of the Configuration Management spec. The sole exception to
     this change is some libapt code in Client/preconfigure that is part of
     the /usr/lib/debconf/apt-extracttemplates binary. That code remains
     under the GPL, as it is part of libapt. It will hopefully be moved back
     into libapt one day. apt-extracttemplates is not necessary for the
     proper functioning of debconf; it is just a binary used in an
     optimization.
   * Motivations for this change were various. I want programs to be able to
     use debconf even if they are not licensed under the GPL, and it could
     be argued debconf serves as a library (with varying degrees of
     correctness depending which part you were talking about). I would like
     debconf to be available to others, including the BSD community, some of
     whom I know are looking at issues that could possibly be solved by
     debconf.
   * Several reogranaizations for this. Deleted doc/COPYING. Added a README.
     Included the text of the copyright into debian/copyright, since it is a
     slightly modified BSD license (minus point 3). Modified numerous files
     for the new copyright. Removed Client/preconfigure/README, and included
     the text that was in it (expended) indo debian/copyright. Added
     doc/COPYING to Client/preconfigure/ (how many copies of the GPL do
     _you_ have in your cvs repository? ;-) Caused debian/copyright to be
     linked to doc/COPYRIGHT in the source tarball.
Files: 
 2e73befb11604e7b637eacd15db5ad32 746 admin standard debconf_0.3.79.dsc
 6303d1b6ac4afa7c23af72e7a7db9674 216004 admin standard debconf_0.3.79.tar.gz
 af8ac079dc162a5a0b0d16918011ca1d 111026 admin standard debconf-doc_0.3.79_all.deb
 e9e70afe66adece7ffa49a04b7863f6a 46332 admin standard debconf-utils_0.3.79_all.deb
 0961101ea4bb75adb6940c57c8dab74d 69558 admin standard debconf_0.3.79_i386.deb

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