Following a discussion with Bryce earlier, on behalf of the SRU team I'm
declining this SRU and mark it Won't Fix.

It might have been relevant to fix in Xenial at the time, but the bug
has now been fixed in newer releases including in two newer LTS
releases. The benefit to Xenial users seems minimal now, especially as
not a single user has stepped up to test Jon's proposed fix in four
years.

As the impact on users on Xenial therefore appears to be zero, I don't
think it's appropriate to SRU this now, when balanced against the
regression risk of toolchain changes mutating a rebuild. If the
situation changes and users do appear who are affected, then we can
reconsider.

Note that I've not considered any other factors. If users are affected,
an appropriate answer may still be to upgrade rather than SRUing this
fix.

** Changed in: augeas (Ubuntu Xenial)
       Status: Triaged => Won't Fix

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