reopen 497232
clone 497232 -1
notfound -1 0.1.5-2
found -1 0.1.5-3
severity -1 serious
First, sorry for top posting, but that is all my client supports :(

Thanks for the followup dragon. I'm glad you checked, but sorry it isn't 
working. No you don't need to upgrade anything else to check.

Unfortunatly I don't fully understand the patch so can't help with the debug. 
We are also getting close to lenny release so we need to make a decision 

Dragon. from your perspective as a user I presume we are better off keeping the 
version in lenny and releasing with 0.1.5-2. So 

I will raise an serious bug report against -3 which will keep it out of lenny 
and if we can get another patch we can release as -4 :-)

vardman if you have any other suggesting we can try additional packages.


-original message-
Subject: Re: Fwd: Bug#497232 closed by Mark Purcell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
(Bug#497232: fixed in kipi-plugins 0.1.5-3)
From: Dragon Phyre <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: 10/10/2008 19:04


Sorry it took a few days, was on the road.

I installed just the kipi-plugins_0.1.5-3_amd64 via dpkg and left the rest of 
the app at lenny.  It still is the same, won't see a folder unless it is public 
and has underscores vs. spaces in name.  In addition now I cannot upload at 
all.  Before I could work around by creating a public folder with underscores 
and get uploads then change settings afterwards.

Downgrading to 0.1.5-2 seems to restore it to where it was, crippled but 
working with workaround.  Does this need the entire DigiKam upgraded to Sid?

Running AMD64 here if it matters.



--- On Sat, 9/27/08, Mark Purcell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> From: Mark Purcell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: Fwd: Bug#497232 closed by Mark Purcell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> (Bug#497232: fixed in kipi-plugins 0.1.5-3)
> Date: Saturday, September 27, 2008, 4:00 PM
> Dragon,
> I have pull the upstream patch and applied to kipi-plugins
> 0.1.5-3 which has now been uploaded to unstable, for
> transition to lenny before it releases.
> Could I ask you to install and confirm that the bug has
> been resolved.
> Thanks,
> Mark
> ----------  Forwarded Message  ----------
> Subject: Bug#497232 closed by Mark Purcell
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> (Bug#497232: fixed in kipi-plugins
> 0.1.5-3)
> Date: Sunday 28 September 2008
> From: Debian Bug Tracking System
> To: "Mark Purcell" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> This is an automatic notification regarding your Bug report
> which was filed against the kipi-plugins package:
> #497232: kipi plugins - picasa bug
> It has been closed by Mark Purcell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>.
> Their explanation is attached below along with your
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