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Bug#681196: marked as done (unblock: tryton-proteus/2.2.2-4)

Your message dated Sat, 28 Jul 2012 14:34:26 +0200
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has caused the Debian Bug report #681196,
regarding unblock: tryton-proteus/2.2.2-4
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Please unblock package tryton-proteus. The -3 upload fixes the #680817 FTBFS,
revealed by a Lucas-powered rebuild.

unblock tryton-proteus/2.2.2-3

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On Sat, Jul 28, 2012 at 14:16:14 +0200, Mathias Behrle wrote:

> I now can see, what has happened.
> tryton-proteus_2.2.2-2 was uploaded and accepted into unstable on 2012-06-30,
> but didn't make it into testing so far because of a version mismatch [1].

No, it didn't make it into testing because it had a serious regression
(namely #680817).

> This should be due to a missing upload of 2.2.1-1 on Wed May 9, that I wasn't
> aware of.
> Could you please mark 2.2.2-2 for acceptance in testing, because it is a
> legitimate version uploaded before the freeze?
I'm not sure what you mean by "legitimate".  2.2.2-2 was RC-buggy.
Plus, marking that version for acceptance wouldn't make sense now, since
it's been superseded in unstable.  So, I'm sorry, but no.


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