Re: How to properly close a non-existent bug?
"Francisco Moya" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Package zeroc-icee-translators lists an outstanding bug #369605 filed
> 63 days ago. I don't know how to properly handle this situation
> - It was actually a bug report against package zeroc-ice.
No, it wasn't. it was against zeroc-icee-translators, because you
generated binary packages that were unuseable on some hppa. Iff
zeroc-ice wasn't intended to be built on hppa (which was what I assumed
back then), you should have removed hppa from the arch list for
> - There was a zeroc-ice version which failed to compile on some
> architectures (bug #360482)
> but a patch was applied well before #369605 was filled.
Right, but the package didn't get built.
> The only thing that could be infered from the buildd logs was that the
> latest zeroc-ice was not yet compiled.
Right. I didn't check the changelog of the source upload, as hppa had
always failed to build before.
> Should #369605 be merged into #360482?
No, different bugs.
> Should #369605 be closed using an email?
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