On Tuesday 18 December 2007, Neil Williams wrote: > Well, for my own needs, emdebian-tools and apt-cross. Every bug report > against apt-cross would have benefited from getting answers to the > questions that are now deployed in the bug script (that is why the > questions are in the bug script). It is vital to me that the user > provides the full apt sources list (including sources in > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*) because problems with apt-cross are (or > certainly were until dpkg-cross 2.0.0) nearly always related to the > particular sources used to generate the cache. Similarly with > emdebian-tools, bug reports make absolutely no sense unless I get > sources data and debconf data. I have read quite some bug scripts today. I am kind of wondering (maybe jsut my imagination being limited) why you aren't just unconditionally including those data instead of having a interactive bug script? > 106 directories on my system - a lot are tex based. The tex ones should in my opinion be changed to be non-interactive. But instead use presubj + script. (I have today filed 3 bugs about making some bug scripts non-interactive - first one already fixed) /Sune -- I'm not able to open the parallel memory address, how does it work? You neither can ever send to the FPU, nor should ever disable the password on a port 3 for getting access over a line of a button over a 54-bit provider.
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