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Re: NMU procedure and /usr/bin/nmudiff defaults

also sprach Junichi Uekawa <dancer@netfort.gr.jp> [2006.06.05.0036 +0200]:
> I don't think there is much harm in opening a new NMU bug.

Isn't an NMU by definition bound to an existing bug? Or at least
should be? So then I'd say that nmudiff should *never* open a new

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