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Re: should bugs really be closed?

> "Nikita V. Youshchenko" <yoush@cs.msu.su> writes:
> > As gcc changelog.Debian states, bugs filed against earlier versions
> > of gcc (e.g. gcc-3.2 or gcc-2.95) are closed when they are fixed in
> > later version (e.g. gcc 3.3).
> >
> > Is that really correct?
> > gcc-3.2 package is still in Debian and still contains those bugs. So
> > IMHO bugs should be still opened against it, unless a fix is
> > backported.
> There is absolutely no way to fix any bug in any package in the
> version for which the bug has been reported.

But gcc-3.3 is not the next version of 'gcc-3.2' Debian package. It is 
even built from different source package.
In theory, bug can be fixed in next versions of gcc-3.2 package.

> gcc 3.3 is an update for gcc 3.2, so it fixes bugs reported in gcc.

But what about bugs reported on gcc-3.2?

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