Re: When not to close a bug in a changelog...
On Fri, Oct 11, 2002 at 10:26:40AM +0200, Erich Schubert wrote:
You did a change: you accepted the Changes from the NMU ;)
That's not a change.
- you could also have fixed these bugs yourself
* Incorporated the changes from the NMU (Closes: #xyz)
That's a redundant, silly changelog. It's hard to fathom why the
changelog entry from the NMU would be preserved, but the changes
dropped--if you've got the NMU changelog entry you don't need another
one saying, "yup, that stuff is really there."
is just fine, IMHO. It says "i fix it the same way".
If you did something different, that would be a change.