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why am I getting that now ?

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From: "Mathieu Malaterre" <mathieu.malaterre@gmail.com>
To: "Andreas Tille" <tillea@rki.de>
Subject: Re: [med-svn] r2712 - trunk/packages/gdcm/trunk/debian (jpeg)
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On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 12:05 PM, Andreas Tille <tillea@rki.de> wrote:
>> Anyway this is a no-op to create such package (option #2). I even
>> maintain the jpeg.sf.net for that particular point. I'll be away for a
>> couple of days, do you have some sort of bug tracker to keep track of
>> this sort of thing ?
> I'm afraid I do not understand this parapgraph.  Above you seem to
> agree that building a separate package and now you call it a no-op?

I meant: this is an operation which will take very little time of my

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