reopen 159971 reopen 124472 reopen 147059 reopen 70184 thanks Anselm Lingnau <email@example.com> writes: > Format: 1.7 > Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 01:15:33 +0200 > Source: bwidget > Binary: bwidget > Architecture: source all > Version: 1.6.0-1 > Distribution: unstable > Urgency: low > Maintainer: Anselm Lingnau <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Changed-By: Anselm Lingnau <email@example.com> > Description: > bwidget - A set of extension widgets for Tcl/Tk > Closes: 70184 124472 147059 159971 > Changes: > bwidget (1.6.0-1) unstable; urgency=low > . > * New upstream release. > * Upstream was changed to Tcl license. > * Closes: #159971, #124472, #147059, #70184. Umm, no, the changelog is for listing changes (*change* log, get it?), not for just closing bugs without any reason given whatsoever. Why do so many seem to have difficulty with this concept? Is it worthwhile to Cc this stuff to -devel, or should I just give up and let the proliferation of these IMO useless changelogs continue? (serious, not rhetorical, questions) -- Poems... always a sign of pretentious inner turmoil.
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