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Re: bash, gcc-3.4, python-defaults and python2.3 for testing

On Tue, Feb 15, 2005 at 01:13:48AM +0100, Matthias Klose wrote:
> Please consider the following packages for testing:
> - python2.3 2.3.5-1, fixing a security issue which is
>   also fixed in 2.3.4-19, removing non DFSG code
>   (md5) and removing the profiler code (python-profiler
>   currently is in the new queue, but should go to
>   testing/non-free as well).

Appears to have been approved already.

> - python-defaults, tighening the dependency to 2.3.5,
>   updated FAQ, no code changes.


> - gcc-3.4, should be updated, so that the gcc-3.4
>   has the fixes from the gcc-3.4 branch up to the
>   date we got the fixes from the gcc-3.3 branch in
>   gcc-3.3. only "critical" package is libgcc1, which
>   didn't change exported symbols compared to the
>   current version in testing.

Awaiting a mips build.

> - bash-2.05b-2 (2.05b-2-24 to 2.05b-2-26)
>   - debian/skel.bashrc: Quote dircolors invocation (closes: #285840).
>     which can lead to some security problems executing this
>     code.
>   - one readline fix (for the one statically linked to bash).



Colin Watson                                       [cjwatson@debian.org]

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