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Re: Bug#986984: unblock: debian-edu-doc/2.11.22

Hi Paul,

On Mon, Apr 19, 2021 at 09:56:01PM +0200, Paul Gevers wrote:
> I guess that's about the best we can do for such -doc packages. I
> realize it's slightly "unfair" because of the different treatment we
> have in the current freeze, but I wonder if adding autopkgtest (to test
> as-installed packages) is really worth it for such packages.
> Documentation changes and translations have always been on the exception
> list, even very explicitly this time around [1], so I think we're happy
> to just unblock manually. Having said that, I'll not stop you from
> adding the test. :)

thanks for your comments! TBH I was hoping for some prior art in some
other doc package, not primarily to ease testing migration but rather
to make sure the contents are as we would like them to be. we've had
failures to build pdf|epub|html versions of some languages in the past
and it would be nice to catch those automatically. I'll guess I'll invent
something myself then...


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