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Re: Bug or feature?

On Jul 28,  1:40pm, Peter Stephenson wrote:
} > > ii  zsh            3.1.6.pws21-1  A shell with lots of features.
} > 
} > That's pretty old. Could you install at least 3.1.9? In any case, I
} > presume it was a bug, since it works in current version.
} I don't know if it's that simple, but I don't know if it isn't either.
} We've got an old 3.1.6-dev-19 here and it works there, too.  But there was
} no such version as 3.1.6.pws21 since I'd switched to using dev by then.

We could find out for sure if Juhapekka would run `echo $ZSH_VERSION'.  The
Debian package number is only of interest in figuring out if they made a
change that broke something.

On Jul 28,  3:51pm, Juhapekka Tolvanen wrote:
} Well, Potato is frozen state right now and it will go to stable state very
} soon. No single package in stable Debian distribution is allowed to have so
} called release critical bugs. And that means, that zsh provided with Potato
} has no release critical bugs.

It means no package in Potato has a release-critical bug that the Debian
team knows about.  Not quite the same thing.

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