Re: divergence from upstream as a bug
On 19/05/08 at 08:48 +0200, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
> Lucas Nussbaum <email@example.com> writes:
> > and update the corresponding bug report, and it doesn't work with
> > version-tracking, which would need to be updated have 3 notions:
> > - notfound (already exist)
> > - fixed using a Debian specific patch
> (Fixes: #1234) in changelog.
> > - fixed in upstream
> (Closes: #1234) in changelog
> Or equivalent mails to control. Fixes would do version tracking just
> like closes does.
My point is: We don't want to change version-tracking to track this
"Fixes" notion in addition to the "Closes" notion. Version-tracking is
complex enough already.
(Btw, when quoting, you should be careful not to cut atomic entities,
like paragraphs usually, into smaller parts. I usually try to write one
idea per paragraph especially for that.)
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