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Re: Closing bugs in BTS



Thu, 25 Aug 2005 00:25:08 +0200
martin f krafft <madduck@debian.org> wrote:

> > In recent announce about changes in BTS (Subject: BTS version
> > tracking Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2005 12:06:29 +0100) is described how to
> > use new versioning system. I'm not sure if sending mail to
> > bug.no-done@b.d.o is now prefered way to closing bug rather than
> > closing it in Changelog ?
> 
> The ChangeLog approach automatically records the version. To do the
> same with a message to -done, you should start the -done mail like
> a submit@ mail:
> 
>   Package: hello
>   Version: 2.1.1-2
> 
> which will then mark the bug closed in 2.1.1-2 but not in 2.1.1-1.
> 
> > (I conclude that it is not possible to close bug for specific
> > version, in testing, unstable and allow to remain opened in stable
> > closing via Changelog, am I right ?).
> 
> Yes it is. If you write into the changelog entry for 2.1.1-2 that it
> closes bug #999999, that bug will be marked closed in 2.1.1-2, but
> remain open in 2.1.1-1.

It's now all clear. THANKS !
 
Best regards,
 Verdan

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