reportbug 11.4.1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


reportbug (11.4.1ubuntu1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * Merge from Debian unstable. Remaining changes:
    - bin/reportbug: If bts=ubuntu or unconfigured, exit with an error and
      refer user to "ubuntu-bug" instead.
    - reportbug/ Match reportbug version with package version.
    - debian/control: Add prominent note to package description.
    - debian/{rules,dirs}: Do not install .desktop file.

reportbug (11.4.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Philippe SWARTVAGHER ]
  * reportbug/ui/ stay in menu if answer "none" removes
    selected items

  [ Nis Martensen ]
  * test/ add test for text ui
  * reportbug/ui/ update bug line regex (Closes: #1005998)

 -- Logan Rosen <email address hidden>  Sat, 19 Mar 2022 19:05:05 -0400

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python3-reportbug: Python modules for interacting with bug tracking systems

 reportbug is a tool designed to make the reporting of bugs in Debian
 and derived distributions relatively painless.
 This package includes Python modules which may be reusable by other
 tools that want to interact with the Debian bug tracking system.
 To actually report a bug, install the reportbug package.

reportbug: No summary available for reportbug in ubuntu kinetic.

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reportbug-gtk: reports bugs in the Debian distribution (GTK+ UI)

 reportbug is a tool designed to make the reporting of bugs in Debian
 and derived distributions relatively painless. Its features include:
  * Integration with many mail user agents.
  * Access to outstanding bug reports to make it easier to identify
    whether problems have already been reported.
  * Automatic checking for newer versions of packages.
  * Optional automatic verification of integrity of packages via debsums.
  * Support for following-up on outstanding reports.
  * Optional PGP/GnuPG integration.
 Bug reporting in Debian relies on email; reportbug can use a local
 mail transport agent (like exim or sendmail), submit directly through
 an external mail server, or pass messages to an installed mail user
 agent (e.g., mutt) for submission.
 This package contains a desktop file and icon, and has dependencies
 to enable the GTK+ UI mode of reportbug to work.