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Uploaded wwwoffle 2.6d-3 (sparc) to ftp-master

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Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2001 16:17:14 +0200
Source: wwwoffle
Binary: wwwoffle
Architecture: sparc
Version: 2.6d-3
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: high
Maintainer: Debian/sparc Build Daemon <buildd@sparc.debian.org>
Changed-By: Paul Slootman <paul@debian.org>
 wwwoffle   - World Wide Web OFFline Explorer
Closes: 108651
 wwwoffle (2.6d-3) unstable; urgency=high
   * Urgency high because the previous version could lead to loss of data.
     Having a fixed version in testing ASAP would be good.
   * wwwoffle-upgrade-config silently removed all " age = " lines from
     wwwoffle.conf :-(   Bug fixed and upstream notified. This would lead
     to loss of (large) parts of the cache if the age line specified more than
     the default 28 days.
   * When upgrading from 2.6d-2, check for an age line. If not there, try to
     find it in the backup copies. If found, restore the line, and notify
     the user. If not found, notify the user also of this fact. Hopefully
     this will prevent too much fallout from the previous bug going on
   * Upon upgrading, any changes to proxy and password in the wwwoffle.conf
     were undone by the way the debconf stuff did its thing. It now extracts
     the current value from the file and puts that into the debconf database
     before doing anything else. This and the previous change closes:#108651
   * Fixed typo in wwwoffle.man
   * Oops, wwwoffle.man, wwwoffled.man and wwwoffle.conf.man weren't being
     used from the upstream source...
   * Updated the copyright file.
   * Apparently the wwwoffle startup got more verbose. So "fgrep -v" more of
     the output.
   * Added spanish debconf translation, kindly provided by Gorka Olaizola
     <gorka@escomposlinux.org> (a long time ago, sorry for the delay).
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