RE: Libc6 progress: 1997-12-06
Okay I'll do that and name it 2.01-8.2. Also I found the problem with my
first upload. It had a distribution entry "stable unstable" which is
absolutely wrong (shouldn't use cut and paste without checking first).
This package must not go into stable.
As for the closing of the bugs, wasn't that just a proposal? Right now I
let release close the bugs. Too much work to do it all by hand.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hamish Moffatt [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 1997 9:27 AM
> To: Michael Meskes
> Subject: Re: Libc6 progress: 1997-12-06
> On Tue, Dec 09, 1997 at 08:51:38AM +0100, Michael Meskes wrote:
> > Now that's a problem. I did the same. I also did fix all open bugs
> > lshell. A few minutes ago I tried to see which version is on master
> > found none in incoming, none in REJECT and no new one in hamm. What
> > happened? What do we do? I'm willing to re-upload. That's not a
> I noticed the same after my upload. I recommend you reupload;
> I grabbed the old package from my local mirror, saw no bugs
> outstanding (seemingly because you had already fixed them),
> and uploaded mine. Since yours actually fixes the bugs
> you'd best upload it again. However, bugs should not be closed
> until the installed message is receive from Guy's scripts?
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