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Re: Coreutils Bug Tracker Tagging

From: Jim Meyering
Subject: Re: Coreutils Bug Tracker Tagging
Date: Sun, 07 Oct 2012 11:59:21 +0200

Michael Albinus wrote:
> [Sorry for the late reply, I was offline last weeks due to holidays]
> Jim Meyering <address@hidden> writes:
>> era eriksson wrote:
>>> On Thu, Sep 13, 2012, at 12:56, Jim Meyering wrote:
>>>> Bob Proulx wrote:
>>>> Do either of you use debbugs-gnu?
>>>> (if not, I'll post the following to help-debbugs)
>>>> I'm using the latest emacs built from git/bzr and noticing the nice new
>>>> debbugs-gnu interface that emacs can use to browse its own bugs (via
>>>> emacs rather than via the web), I suspect I can configure debbugs-gnu
>>>> to work with coreutils, too, since coreutils is using
>>>> the same way emacs is.
> You could put in your .emacs
> (setq debbugs-gnu-default-packages '("coreutils"))

Hi Michael,

Perfect.  Thank you.
With that, I can run "emacs -f debbugs-gnu" and use the new interface,
though starting it as you suggest below with C-u M-x debbugs-gnu is
better, since that filters out "unwanted" (i.e., "done") issues.

There's probably a way to filter those out via the interface,
but I haven't learned that yet.

> Also for other packages, or a list of packages.
> Alternatively, if you call "C-u M-x debbugs-gnu", you will be asked for
> some attributes of the search, like a comma-separated list of the
> package(s) to be searched.
> `debbugs-gnu-search', the full text search, has a different API, here
> you can add attribute names and their values interactively.

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