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Re: Q: Which is suitable "distribution" in changelog for point release?

On 21/06/15 10:39, Ian Campbell wrote:
> On Fri, 2015-06-19 at 16:37 +0200, Josselin Mouette wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Hideki Yamane <henrich@debian.or.jp> wrote: 
>>          Which is suitable "distribution" in changelog for Jessie and wheezy
>>          point release? (and why) I just looked debian-release posts and confused...
>>          - stable / oldstable
>>          - stable-proposed-updates / oldstable-proposed-updates
>>          - jessie / wheezy
>> The recommended distribution is the codename (jessie, wheezy). This way
>> there can be no confusion. 
> That's what I would have thought, but:
>         $ dch -r -D jessie
>         dch warning: Recognised distributions are: unstable, testing, stable,
>         oldstable, experimental, {testing-,stable-,oldstable-,}proposed-updates,
>         {testing,stable,oldstable}-security, wheezy-backports, jessie-backports and UNRELEASED.
>         Using your request anyway.
>         dch: Did you see that warning?  Press RETURN to continue...
> I don't see any bugs about not accepting Jessie here and if it weren't
> deliberate I'd expect older releases to be listed (i.e. it's not just
> that devscripts hadn't caught up with Jessie yet).

Then please file a bug.


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