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Bug#402473: marked as done (Graphs in pload mangled)

Your message dated Wed, 1 Sep 2010 15:48:27 +0200
with message-id <20100901134827.GP12469@melusine.alphascorpii.net>
and subject line Package got removed
has caused the Debian Bug report #402473,
regarding Graphs in pload mangled
to be marked as done.

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Package: pload 
Version: 0.9.5-3.3

The graphs of incoming and outgoing are displayed vertically in my setup.
Through version 0.9.5-3.2 the window was split nicely in two *halves*, the 
top one showing a line with the numer of bytes aso. for incoming and 
therebelow the graph, a dividing-line and then the bottom one doing 
exactly the same for outgoing.
Upgrading to version 0.9.5-3.3 made a mess. I use aptitude and *all* 
dependencies are met!
The window is more or less split into three parts, The top one, still 
occupying half of the window, shows like in the past the line with the 
bytes and below the graph for incoming plus the dividing line. Correct.
Then comes a quarter of the window with no bytes displayed at all, only 
showing a heavily compressed graph and that must be outgoing. The last 
quarter of the window is completely blank and never ever shows any signal 
or whatsoever at all. Very annoying this socalled upgrade!
I downgraded (via aptitude) to the original version on my CD, being 
0.9.5-3, as there are in the Debian-testing-repos no inbetween versions 
available anymore -a nuisance in my opinion - and now the window shows me 
perfectly again, what it is supposed to show. 
Your changelog states, that you switched to xaw7 for compiling the new 
pload. Did you however also test the result afterwards and looked 
carefully into *all* the needed dependencies? Xaw6 is deprecated, I know, 
but that does not mean that even in testing a program is compiled against 
Xaw7 and then released bluntly.
     With kind regards,
     Peter Holm

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Version: 0.9.5-4+rm


As the package got removed (please see http://bugs.debian.org/594866 for
details) I hereby close this bug report.

Best Regards,

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