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Bug#449812: marked as done (lxdoom: debian/watch fails to report upstream's version)

Your message dated Fri, 23 Nov 2007 10:48:44 +0000
with message-id <20071123104844.GA5744@konishi.dowland>
and subject line lxdoom removed from archive: see prboom
has caused the attached Bug report to be marked as done.

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Bug report if necessary, and/or fix the problem forthwith.

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Source: lxdoom
Version: 1.4.4main-1
Severity: minor
Usertags: dehs-no-upstream

Hello maintainer,

The debian/watch file of your package on the unstable distribution fails to report upstream's version.
Uscan's message follows:

uscan warning: /tmp/lxdoom_watchhIhOfG is an obsolete version 1 watchfile;
  please upgrade to a higher version
  (see uscan(1) for details).

Please note that this message is auto-generated by extracting the information
 from the Debian External Health Status (a.k.a. DEHS) no_upstream page[1].
At the moment of running the package version found is the one indicated in the report.
If you have already fixed this issue please ignore and close this report.

If you belive this message can be improved in any way don't hesitate to contact me
 by replying to NNNNN-submitter@bugs.debian.org (where NNNNN is the number of this bug report).

If you wish not to be notified in the future contact me so I add you to the ignore list.

[1] http://dehs.alioth.debian.org/no_upstream.html

Kind regards, Raphael Geissert.

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lxdoom has been removed from Debian. Therefore, I am
closing all it's bugs.

Please take a look at the "prboom" package. Prboom is the
successor to lxdoom.


Jon Dowland

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