[Python-modules-team] Possible problems in your Debian packages
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Fri Jun 12 23:03:15 UTC 2009
=== configobj: (you co-maintain it)
= Lintian reports 1 error(s) and 2 warning(s), you should consider fixing them.
=== python-werkzeug: (you co-maintain it)
= 1 bug(s) that should be fixed soon:
- #526577 <http://bugs.debian.org/526577>
python-werkzeug: FTBFS: cannot remove `debian/python-werkzeug/usr/docs/README'
You should fix it for the next stable point release
= Lintian reports 2 warning(s), you should consider fixing them.
=== Packages with a new upstream version according to DEHS:
configobj 4.6.0 (Debian: 4.5.2-2)
python-couchdb 0.5 (Debian: 0.4-1)
python-werkzeug 0.5 (Debian: 0.3.1-1)
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