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Re: On intermediary deb-releases, their archiving.

On Thursday 21 January 2010 17:51:28 Mats Erik Andersson wrote:
> in trying to disect an RC-bug I find myself wanting to
> compare, using debdiff, two immediate successor packages,
> like
>      this_1.20-15.dsc   and   this_1.20-16.dsc.
> However, for the particular package in question Lenny has
> 1.20-13.1 and both testing and unstable share 1.20-16.
> These are available from the standard mirrors.
> Is there some location where one could, with some luck,
> encounter also the intermediary packages that have been
> superseeded with time? Or are such packaged quickly
> pushed into oblivion?

Normally, I'd recommend snapshot.debian.net, but I believe it ran out of space 
last year and can no longer provide this service.
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