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Re: Watch files for haskell packages


Am Freitag, den 31.01.2014, 21:56 -0200 schrieb Eriberto:
> The sepwatch is a simple mechanism to suggest d/watches and help to
> show new upstream versions when the d/watch is broken. The impact is
> minimum, because the sepwatch file is removed from SVN when a new
> package with a working d/watch is uploaded.
> The list of broken d/watches can be viewed at
> http://qa.debian.org/watch/uscan-errors.txt. We work over this list.
> After a upload to sepwatch, the package name is removed from the list.
> And after the upload the final package, the sepwatch will be
> automatically removed from the SVN. The new d/watch should just work.
> But you can take advantage of my wrong sepwatches to know about new
> upstream versions.

thanks for the clarification; makes perfect sense now and I agree that
for that purposes, the watch file you uploaded are perfectly suited.

> Sorry for inconvenients and thanks for your attention.

No inconvenience at all and thanks for your contributions!


Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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