Bug#32210: marked as done (Bug#32210: dpkg-dev: parsechangelog cannot handle one character package names)
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From: Karsten Ballueder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: devscripts: build cannot handle one character package names
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Version: as in current "frozen"
Trying to build a .deb archive of our "m" package
build complains about files in debian/ being ill-formatted.
The files are created using "deb-make" and a package name of "m".
Changing the package name from "m" to "m_mail" or "mm" works around
that problem. Apparently build cannot parse one-character package
Debian 2.0 "hamm" with several packages (including devscripts and
debhelper) upgraded to "frozen".
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