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Re: RFS: conque


 I have re uploaded a new version of this package.

 To access further information about this package, please visit the
 following URL:


 Alternatively, one can download the package with dget using this command:

 dget -x http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/c/conque/conque_2.3-3.dsc

 I would be glad if someone uploaded this package for me.

> "Paragraph separators (empty lines) and lines consisting only of spaces and
> tabs are not allowed within field values or between fields. Empty lines in
> field values are usually escaped by representing them by a space followed by
> a dot."
thanks a lot :)
This upload should not disappoint ..

lintian -IiE --pedantic conque_2.3-3_i386.changes vim-conqueterm_2.3-3_all.deb
P: vim-conqueterm: no-upstream-changelog
N:    The package does not install an upstream changelog file. If upstream
N:    provides a changelog, it should be accessible as
N:    /usr/share/doc/<pkg>/changelog.gz.
N:    It's currently unclear how best to handle multiple binary packages from
N:    the same source. Some maintainers put a copy of the upstream changelog
N:    in each package, but it can be quite long. Some include it in one
N:    package and add symlinks to the other packages, but this requires there
N:    be dependencies between the packages. Some only include it in a
N:    "central" binary package and omit it from more ancillary packages.
N:    Refer to Debian Policy Manual section 12.7 (Changelog files) for
N:    details.
N:    Severity: pedantic, Certainty: wild-guess
N:    Check: changelog-file, Type: binary
Upstream has no changelog

W: vim-conqueterm:
virtual-package-depends-without-real-package-depends depends:
N:    The package declares a depends on a virtual package without listing a
N:    real package as an alternative first.
N:    If this package could ever be a build dependency, it should list a real
N:    package as the first alternative to any virtual package in its Depends.
N:    Otherwise, the build daemons will not be able to provide a consistent
N:    build environment.
N:    If it will never be a build dependency, this isn't necessary, but you
N:    may want to consider doing so anyway if there is a real package
N:    providing that virtual package that most users will want to use.
N:    Severity: normal, Certainty: possible
N:    Check: fields, Type: binary, udeb, source
Discussed and resolved on the debian-mentors thread.

lintian --print-version

Have a nice day,

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