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Re: Question about how to handle a RC bug.

On Wed, Mar 14, 2007 at 08:23:46PM -0400, Muammar Wadih El Khatib Rodriguez wrote:
> I uploaded a new upstream version of a package which is called CEGUI
> (I did it two months ago). There is another package which depends on
> CEGUI to autobuild, this package is ogre. The problem is that ogre's
> version in Debian is too old and that's why it is not autobuilding
> well against the new version of cegui. You can find the report in:

> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=411113

> I was researching into ogre's forums and what I wrote above is the
> problem. So, my question is: How should I proceed? I mean, should I
> upload the previous version of cegui to unstable? or what is the
> correct procedure to handle that kind of problem?

Is there any reason that getting the maintainer of ogre to upload a newer
upstream version of that package is not the correct answer here?

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