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Re: 1.8RC2?

From: Alexander Zangerl
Subject: Re: 1.8RC2?
Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2023 06:30:14 +1000

On Sun, 29 Jan 2023 11:54:06 -0800, David Levine writes:
>Including Stephen Gildea, the Debian maintainer of xlbiff.

stephen's already indicated that he'll look into it.

>I hope the issue can be resolved.

same here. originally i slightly suspected the 'welcome to nmh' stuff,
but that seems well enough guarded against non-interactive use to be
the trigger of xlbiff's autopkgtest gotcha.

(the welcomes certainly never interfere with my use of exmh or mh-e, but
typically surprise me some days later when i happen to run a direct nmh
command for the first time since an upgrade...)

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