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Bug#389522: Some of your Debian packages might need attention
On Fri, Jun 22, 2007 at 04:47:50AM -0600, DDPOMail robot wrote:
> Dear Debian Hamradio Maintainers,
> The following possible problem(s) were detected in the package(s)
> you maintain in Debian:
> This package has 1 RC bug(s) more than 30 days old:
> - #389522
Thanks. The bug is an FTBFS.
I'm confused about this. It's fixed in 5.9.6.r309-2, which is the second
most recent version in unstable.
The BTS graph shows it not fixed in 5.9.7.r383-1, which is the latest. I
don't know why. There don't seem to be any reports of it being found in
that version, and the buildd web site doesn't show any build failures.
It appears that the changelog for 5.9.7* is missing the changelog entry
for 5.9.6.r309-2 (oops) so the bts thinks it is a separate branch. Can