Bug#839531: jessie-pu: package asused/3.72-11
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On Sat, 2016-10-01 at 18:22 +0200, Sebastien Badia wrote:
> Asused is a tool to check IPv4 allocations and assignments
> as stored in the RIPE database.
> The actual version of asused in Debian/stable (3.72-11) doesn't
> works due to a upstream change on the RIPE database.
> The issue was correctred in Debian/testing (3.72-12), see for references
> the corresponding bug https://bugs.debian.org/799919 and the patch
That patch changes nothing to do with RIPE, it only updates some patch
> This jessie-p-u build fine in jessie, package is ready for an upload
> here https://marcellin.sebian.fr/debian/
> You see any issues to no accept asused_3.72-12+deb8u7 as a jessie-p-u?
I certainly see issues with that version number. Firstly, it's higher
than the package version in unstable, and secondly I have no idea why
you would use "deb8u7" for the first update in jessie - that would be
3.72-11+deb8u1. "3.72-12+deb8u7" would be the seventh update in jessie
to the package 3.72-12 (which isn't even in jessie).
In any case, before we can agree an upload, we would need to see - as in
attached to this bug log, not merely on an external resource - a source
debdiff against the version of the package currently in jessie,
built /and tested/ on jessie.