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Bug#149792: marked as done (cvs-conf: debconf question lacks any explanation)

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Package: cvs-conf
Version: 0.0.1-6
Severity: normal

Configuring Cvs-conf

Do you want to create a configuration module in the CVS repository? no 

Create a configuration module for what purpose, rooted where, in what
CVS repository? (This machine is not even a cvs server..). This debconf
question desperatly needs some supporting documentation in the extended

-- System Information
Debian Release: 3.0
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux satin 2.4.18 #1 Fri May 24 11:16:47 EDT 2002 i586

Versions of packages cvs-conf depends on:
ii  cvs                           1.11.2-3   Concurrent Versions System
ii  debconf                       1.1.10     Debian configuration management sy
ii  diff                          2.7-29     File comparison utilities
ii  grep                          2.4.2-3    GNU grep, egrep and fgrep.
ii  make                          3.79.1-14  The GNU version of the "make" util
ii  patch                         2.5.4-11   Apply a diff file to an original
ii  stat                          3.3-2      wrapper for stat() and statfs call

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This package has been removed from Debian unstable because it was
unmaintained, old and according to the maintainer quite obsolte and

Martin Michlmayr

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