Luk Claes <firstname.lastname@example.org> (04/04/2011): > The most obvious reason to not degrade bash to Priority: important > is obviously that one needs to declare a dependency on bash when > it's used in a package. Which means quite some packages will need to > be changed. What is the most obvious reason to degrade bash to Priority: important? (I can understand shell maintainers would like to get bash out of their way, but how many (other) people really want to get rid of it?) KiBi.
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