Your message dated Mon, 6 Jul 2015 14:07:50 +0200
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has caused the Debian Bug report #765298,
regarding strip-nondeterminism: infinite loop when stripping certain jar files
to be marked as done.

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Package: strip-nondeterminism
Version: 0.003-1
Severity: normal

Line 59 of handlers/zip.pm triggers an infinite loop in Archive::Zip,
but only with certain jar files.  I need to create a minimal test case
and file a bug report with Archive::Zip.

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Hi,

from #-reproducible:

h01ger wonders if #765298 should be closed now - AGWA ?
<h01ger> | its pending since february and i cannot recall having seen it 
recently..
<mapreri> the bug says it got work arounded in stri-nondeterminsm and the 
upstream bug in Archive::Zip is closed too.
<mapreri> and the fix got in debian too
<h01ger> | mapreri: will close it, quoting your+my words..
<mapreri> ack


cheers,
        Holger

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