[request-tracker-maintainers] Bug#592794: request-tracker3.8: Remove ancient irrelevant patch debian/patches/09_commandline.dpatch
dom at earth.li
Thu Aug 12 21:19:11 UTC 2010
This patch appears to have no relevance whatsoever. It's probably
harmless, but that's no excuse.
As I said in
It looks like we've been carrying around this patch since:
request-tracker3 (3.0.7+01-3) unstable; urgency=low
* Split out rt3-clients package (contains mailgate and command-line tool).
* Added a little fix to /usr/bin/rt so it could parse the output from REST.
* Fix up acl.mysql to stop it trying to configure ACLs for the database. We
make our users do this the hard way :>
* Edit INSTALL.Debian to improve MySQL install instructions.
-- Andrew Stribblehill <ads at debian.org> Wed, 26 Nov 2003 12:15:28 +0000
No bug report, sadly. But I guess there was a bug in the REST
interface which was fixed.
I suppose this is almost certainly nonsense nowadays. I'll file a
bug at our end to remove the patch after the release.
TODO after squeeze releases.
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