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* RE: HELP: getting an "error flushing read input" after updating s ome packets on debian
@ 2004-11-23 19:35 Patzelt, Holger
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From: Patzelt, Holger @ 2004-11-23 19:35 UTC (permalink / raw)
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it's not the "debian gnats" we are using (sinc it is v4 as you mentioned)
we have (should I say "had"?) a running v3 gnats db with customers used to
 so this is why we are still stuck with it.

No, it must be something with the gnatsweb vs. new(er) perl.

Holger D. Patzelt
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: Chad Walstrom []
>Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 7:04 PM
>To: Patzelt, Holger
>Subject: Re: HELP: getting an "error flushing read input" 
>after updating
>some packets on debian
>Holger Patzelt wrote:
>> After I installed some new packets (and updated some others
>> automatically) on my debian woody (testing) I get an "error flushing
>> read input" when trying to change the responsible using gnatsweb 2
>> (and gnats 3. corresp.)
>Sounds like a gnatsweb version mismatch.  The gnats and gnats-user
>packages on woody are essentially gnats 4.0, or very close to it.  You
>should definitely NOT be using gnatsweb v2.x  You should most 
>be using gnatsweb v4.00 or greater.
>Chad Walstrom <> 
>           assert(expired(knowledge)); /* core dump */

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