Re: BTS question: how to mark bug if fix needs library update?
On 30/06/06, Sam Morris <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> So, until new B is packaged to debian, it blocks marking bug 123456 in
> A done. How should this be handled in BTS system? Should the bug be
> reassigned to package B?
File a bug against library B requesting that the new upstream release be
packaged. Call that bug #987654. Then issue the following BTS command:
block 123456 by 987654
also, if you write "with" instead of "by" you get the same effect.
See as an example the pair (368395, 375429). There 375429 is blocking 368395.
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