[pkg-php-pear] Bug#789370: php-services-weather: package description lines with wrong indentation are treated verbatim
taffit at debian.org
Wed Jul 8 21:15:14 UTC 2015
Control: tags -1 pending
Thank you for the report.
On Sat, Jun 20, 2015 at 02:03:38PM +0200, Beatrice Torracca wrote:
> Package: php-services-weather
> Severity: minor
> the last versions of the package description have all the lines, except
> for the first, starting with a space character.
Some versions of pkg-php-tools did break the layout, rebuilding it with
the current version fixes the issue (i.e., the next upload will fix this
bug without any extra change needed).
> As a minor side note, the last version included a change in the title
> changed from
> "acts as an interface to various online weather-services"
> "This class acts as an interface to various online weather-services"
> I think the first version (or even the simplified "interface to various
> online weather-services") is more adherent to what the debian Developer
> Reference suggests
Agreed. Maybe we should hardcode back (or patch) an improved version of
the synopsis currently extracted from upstream package.xml.
FWIW, this package is only recommended by php-horde, is not maintained
upstream anymore, and seen its last upstream update almost three years
ago. If someone familiar with Horde could investigate if this package is
still useful, that would be nice. If dropping the recommendation makes
sense, an RC bug against php-services-weather could prevent it from
getting shipped with Stretch, even before asking for its removal.
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