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Re: RFS: bibtool/2.54 (new upstream release) -- tool for BibTeX database manipulation

Hello Thanks for your prompt reply:

Please let me upload a revisited version:
may I send you an email when the new version will be uploaded ?


On 25/02/12 05:21, Norbert Preining wrote:
Hi Jerome,

On Sa, 25 Feb 2012, Jerome BENOIT wrote:
    dget -x http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/b/bibtool/bibtool_2.54+ds-1.dsc

texdoc does still not find the bibtool.pdf, you have to run
	mktexlsr /usr/share/texmf
(and make sure that mktexlsr is installed) or better run

+bibtool (2.54+ds-1) unstable; urgency=low
+  * Repack the source to gain some substantial weight by wiping out the
+    third-party old library regex-0.12 source, which is unnecessary as Debian
+    use regex from glibc, and material meant for non UN*X systems.

Did you mean "loose" some substantial weight??? gain is increase.

see above, plus:
	and material material meant
doulbe "material"

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

Should I upload it like it is or do you want to provide a new -1 version?
I am fine with both.

Best wishes

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