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bughelper is a tool written and maintained by Ubuntu's BugSquad.
bzr branch http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~bugsquad/bughelper/bughelper.main
Other branches: https://launchpad.net/products/bughelper/+branches
- Bughelper requires python-apt and python-libxml2
Development and Discussion
You may want to start with the [:BugHelper/Tutorial:tutorial].
Help on [:/Documentation/WritingClueFiles].
The suite currently contains:
This tool collects bug numbers from Launchpad. You can pass it
-V which will return the version number of the bughelper suite
-l <URL> for a Launchpad bug list URL
a source package name like evolution
bugnumbers -p evolution bugnumbers -l https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/gcalctool/+bugs
This tool searches through bugs and tries to find matches with data in .info files. It has the same functionality and switches as bugnumber. In addition to that it accepts
--version which will return the version number of the bughelper suite
-A which lets it search through all the bug attachments with the mime type text/plain.
bughelper -p ubiquity bughelper -A -l https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/gcalctool/+bugs
This tool is primarily intended to help with the editing and creation of .info files. There are currently two use cases:
-a <source package> <condition> <information> adds a simple clue to an existing file or creates a new one.
-e <string> escapes a given string for use in XML files.
-v <file> validates a given file against the clue file schema.
bugxml -a totem "libxine.so" "This might be a xine problem. Ask the reporter to check with xine-ui." bugxml -v packages/ubiquity.info bugxml -e This string has some weird characters like ä, ü and ö in it.