[Aptitude-devel] Bug#878177: Bug#878177: aptitude: Use of the word "invalid" in error msgs should be restored to meaning

Axel Beckert abe at debian.org
Tue Oct 10 20:43:04 UTC 2017

Control: reassign -1 apt
Control: affects -1 + aptitude


Anonymous wrote:
> Aptitude's error messages often create confusion, either due to
> vagueness or improper use of English.  In particular, use of the word
> /invalid/ in the following warning message needs to be re-examined:
>     W: GPG error: tor+http://wertarbyte.de/apt ./ Release: The following signatures were invalid: CC49F74C816C499C899A42885145B9CD752C0197
>     E: The repository 'tor+http://wertarbyte.de/apt ./ Release' is not signed.
>     E: Failed to download some files

Despite this error message is emitted by the program aptitude, it
comes from apt's libraries' usage of GPG, so reassigning to apt, too.

		Regards, Axel
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