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Re: apt-listchanges in standard (was Re: Release update: ...)

* Matt Zimmerman (mdz@debian.org) [050223 21:05]:
> On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 08:15:04PM +0000, Martin Michlmayr wrote:

> > There has one been a plan once to promote apt-listchanges to standard
> > - the ability to send only "news" items was introduced and made the
> > default.  Even though this was done, apt-listchanges is still
> > optional.  I think apt-listchanges and its dependencies only need an
> > override change but maybe there's more I've overlooked.  Could someone
> > look into this?  Matt, do you know what happened to the plan of
> > apt-listchanges to standard?
> I adjusted the behaviour of apt-listchanges to make it suitable for
> Priority: standard, discussing the process on -devel along the way.  I then
> pointed out (in private, I think) that python-apt, ucf and any relevant
> dependencies would also need to be promoted to standard, and it wasn't clear
> whether that was OK.

I can remember that having apt-listchanges installed at a buildd breaks
the buildd, as the installation of files in the chroot is stuck. Is this
still the case?

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