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Bug#63324: marked as done (changelog link views wrong changelogs)

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has caused the attached Bug report to be marked as done.

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Version: N/A; reported 2000-04-30
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The "View the <Debian changelog>" link doesn't necessarily
display the correct changelog. For example, when
view the debhelper package from the unstable dist
(http://www.debian.org/Packages/unstable/devel/debhelper.html) (v 2.0.94
as I write this), it shows the changelog from the frozen dist.  Similar
for gnus and smtm, two packages that I checked at random.

It appears to be grabbing the "frozen" changelog rather than the
"unstable", perhaps "potato" is hardcoded somewhere?

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The CGI script that had pulled the copyright and changelog files, along with
file lists of all packages from the Lintian laboratory has stopped
functioning because the laboratory has been removed.

The links to those scripts have been removed and I am closing the bug
reports related to these scripts. We will implement something of the sort
again, eventually. If anyone wants to submit a wishlist bug to get this
functionality back, you can, but we're already well aware of the issue so
I wouldn't bother. :|

Sorry. :/

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