Unexpected result when using "apt-file -a source search"
I was seeking for source code copies of a certain library that for
instance contains a file named bgzf.c and so I did
$ sudo apt-file -a source update
$ apt-file -a source search bgzf.c
Because I was pretty sure that this file also exists in the source of
samtools and tabix I tried to grep the Contents-source files directly
$ zgrep bgzf.c /var/cache/apt/apt-file/*unstable*Contents-source.gz
Any idea why
apt-file -a source search
missed samtools and tabix? It seems the reason is the coma separated
list of these two packages. I have no idea whether this is a valid
syntax for Contents-source.gz files but if yes apt-file should be able
to cope with this. On the other hand I somehow suspect some problem
with the Contents-source.gz file because I rather think that the second
line pointing to package genometools looks somehow "correct".
Or did I just missed something?