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Looks like another one of those Maintainer fields broken by hp/agilent split
or whatever it was...

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I think this bug is actually a result of the dpkg bugs 54529, 58106, 59440,
60973, 63101 (merged), and it should probably be merged with those or
closed. [Basically, dpkg isn't correctly updating the Section header, so
obviously vrms hasn't got a chance of doing the Right Thing.]

It's also the same as the vrms merged-bug cluster 
53155, 57693, 57766, 78633, 84280.

I think you should merge 32517 with those, and then reassign the 
whole lot to dpkg and merge them together with the dpkg bugs.

Peter Maydell

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