Control: fixed -1 1.1~exp9

(This is the earliest version that I can find that works)

Summary: Fixed in stretch, no fix coming for jessie

On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 08:41:10AM +0200, Björn JACKE wrote:
> Package: apt
> Version:
> when there are invalid or expired apt repositories configured, ALL other apt
> repos will not be updated.
> In my case:
> CRON-APT LINE: /usr/bin/apt-get -o quiet=1 update -o quiet=2
> E: Release file for 
> is expired 
> (invalid since 8d 18h 50min 50s). Updates for this repository will not be 
> applied
> That message implies, that updates for this repository will not be applied 
> (but
> others will!)
> But no packages are installed. Disabling the expired repository makes "apt-get
> dist-upgrade" install all the outstanding packages that have been release in
> the last 8 days (since the mentioned repo expired).
> Enabling the repo again hides all the outstanding updates right away.

OK. So after taking a closer look at it, I can say that this was fixed
in the 1.1 development as part of a heavy refactoring of the acquire
code. As such, it cannot be backported to

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