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Bug#166584: marked as done (packages.d.o/skipstone doesn't work)



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Package: www.debian.org
Version: unavailable; reported 2002-10-27
Severity: normal

<--  snip  -->

$ lynx -dump http://packages.debian.org/skipstone

                         Debian package search results
     _________________________________________________________________

   Release  Package (size)
$ 

<--  snip  -->


Is "skip" a magic word in a script used to build the p.d.o pages?




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Subject: Re: Bug#166584: packages.d.o/skipstone doesn't work
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On Sun, Oct 27, 2002 at 12:18:12PM +0100, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> Package: www.debian.org
> Version: unavailable; reported 2002-10-27
> Severity: normal
> 
> <--  snip  -->
> 
> $ lynx -dump http://packages.debian.org/skipstone
> 
>                          Debian package search results
>      _________________________________________________________________
> 
>    Release  Package (size)
> $ 
> 
> <--  snip  -->
> 
> 
> Is "skip" a magic word in a script used to build the p.d.o pages?

No, you merely looked at the page while I was fixing another bug and
refreshing the index. :)

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