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Re: Bug#781952: RFS:complexity/1.2-1 [ITP] -- tool for analyzing the complexity of C program functions

* Dmitry Bogatov <KAction@gnu.org>, 2016-01-23, 19:20:
the package is already on new queue (1.3+dfsg-1 and 1.3+dfsg-2) do you want to ask me to bump the version to dfsg-3 or should I ask ftpmaster to reject it?

Why do we need -1,-2,-3 when none of them hit unstable? I am not sure what exactly should I do, but I want discard any previous versions and upload current 1.3+dfsg-1 for ftp-masters review and to get it into unstable.

If a package is already in NEW, you could ask ftp-masters to REJECT the package. Then you could upload the package again with the same version.

But it's simpler (both for you and ftp-masters) if you just upload a new Debian release.

Anyway, I see that -1 has been already accepted. No idea what happened to -2...

Jakub Wilk

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