Re: RFC: transitioning towards using BTS versioning for NMUs (and experimental)
On Tue, Jun 20, 2006 at 12:44:40PM +0200, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
> "Steinar H. Gunderson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > [Don suggested to use the tags _and_ the versioning information in a
> > transitional period; I'm not 100% sure what this buys us, except that I'm
> > not sure how well britney would cope without.]
> > 4. Run a script over the archive (like the one I made a while ago -- sources
> > available for anyone who needs it :-) ) to remove all the instance of
> > these two tags, and replace them by versioned closes.
> Does that mean one can't get a list of bugs fixed in NMUs anymore? As
> maintainer one might want to read up on those bugs specificaly without
> having to parse the changelog for bug numbers.
The BTS shows "Fixed in X.X.X-Y" in the bug summary list, I think. It
doesn't seem like it'd be hard to add a "fixed-in=X.X.X-Y" parameter to the
query string if debbugs doesn't have that already -- that way you could get
a *better* report of bugs fixed in the latest NMU.