Your message dated Mon, 19 Sep 2016 17:18:23 +0900
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and subject line Re: Bug#834282: (ITP: squid-prefetch -- Simple page-prefetch 
for Squid3 web proxy)
has caused the Debian Bug report #834282,
regarding ITP: squid-prefetch -- Simple page-prefetch for Squid3 web proxy
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Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: hiroshi <>

* Package name    : squid-prefetch
  Version         : 1.1-3
  Upstream Author :
* URL             :
* License         : (public domain)
  Programming Lang: Perl
  Description     : Simple page-prefetch for Squid3 web proxy

Squid-Prefetch will perform early fetches of pages
linked to by pages already read.
This means that a user that clicks on a link will have
that new page appear instantly instead of having to
wait for it to be fetched from the Internet.
Only text pages are prefetched on the assumption that
the images can be loaded later so long as the text
of a page is available for display.

orphaned package squid-prefetch_1.1-3 was fixed to use with squid3.
also fixed error on install.

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I didn't know the info as mentioned above from Amos.
and decided to abandon the package.


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