Junichi Uekawa <email@example.com> writes: >> BTW, I did send mails to (hopefully) every maintainer of a package that >> used aspell/pspell about a week before the new version was uploaded to >> notify them of the changes, that some packages would need to be >> recompiled, etc. And, I made the new debs available for them. I'm not >> an official developer though, so I can't easily NMU any of the broken >> packages to help the transition along. > > I would rather have filed bugreports so that it would be more obvious. Well, the QA team went and transitioned libpspell4 to GCC 3.2, and consequently broke of the packages using pspell before I even uploaded the new aspell/pspell libraries. So, bug reports had already been filed for the most part. -- My secret to happiness... is that I have a heart of a 12-year-old boy. It's over here in a jar. Would you like to see it?
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