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Re: replacement for apt-listchanges?

On 2007-08-06 15:13:10 -0500, Ron Johnson wrote:
> > because breakage due to python occurs too frequently), it is important
> I still don't have any evidence that python breaks frequently.

This is based on personal experience. Unfortunately I haven't kept
statistics, but I'd say, taking into account the serious bugs that
directly affected the use of my machines and those I could avoid
(e.g. thanks to apt-listbugs), this should be about 4 per year. This
may seem low, but this is much more than what I get with the other
base packages (libc6, perl, xorg...).

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