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    Command:

    querybts

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           querybts [options] <package | number [number2]...>
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           querybts  is designed to provide a convenient and easy-to-use interface
           to the Debbugs bug tracking system, as used by Debian and several other
           projects.   You  can  specify a package name or one or more report num-
           bers.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           The program follows the  usual  GNU  command  line  syntax,  with  long
           options  starting  with  two  dashes  ('--').  A summary of options are
           included below.
    
           -h, --help
                  Show summary of options.
    
           --version
                  Show the version of querybts and exit.
    
           -A, --archive
                  Browse  archived  bugs  instead  of  current  reports.   Debbugs
                  servers clear out closed reports after 28 days and place them in
                  a separate archive; this option  allows  those  older,  resolved
                  reports  to  be  viewed  (at  least for servers that maintain an
                  archive).
    
           -B SYSTEM, --bts=SYSTEM
                  Instead of the Debian bug server, use the  server  specified  by
                  SYSTEM.   Valid  options are default and debian but check --help
                  for an updated list.
    
           -b, --buglist
                  Display a bugs list for the given package.
    
           --latest-first
                  Display the bug reports list sorted and with the latest  reports
                  at the top.
    
           --mbox-reader-cmd=MBOX_READER_CMD
                  Specify a command to open the bug reports mbox file. You can use
                  %s to substitute the mbox file to be used, and %%  to  insert  a
                  literal  percent sign. If no %s is specified, the mbox file name
                  is supplied at the end of the argument list.
    
           -m, --mbox
                  Retrieve the given bug number(s) or package name(s) as a mailbox
                  file,  instead of viewing it. It will be dumped to standard out-
                  put.
    
           --proxy=PROXY, --http_proxy=PROXY
                  Specify the WWW proxy server to use to handle the queries to the
    
           -u INTERFACE, --ui=INTERFACE, --interface=INTERFACE
                  Specify the user interface to  use.   Valid  options  are  text,
                  urwid,  gtk2;  default is taken from the reportbug configuration
                  files.
    
           -w, --web
                  Launch a web browser to view bug reports, instead of  using  the
                  internal  interface.   This will also allow you to see the whole
                  discussion about a particular bug at once, instead of  one  mes-
                  sage at a time as querybts would do.  (Only the first bug number
                  on the command line will be opened.)
    
    
    

    CONFIGURATION FILES

           querybts supports a simple run control file syntax.  Commands are  read
           from  /etc/reportbug.conf  and  $HOME/.reportbugrc with commands in the
           latter overriding those in the former.
    
           Commands are not case sensitive, and currently take 0  or  1  argument;
           arguments containing whitespace must be enclosed in quotes.
    
           Any  line starting with # is taken to be a comment and will be ignored.
    
           Generally, options corresponding to the long options for  querybts  are
           supported,  without leading -- sequences.  See the default /etc/report-
           bug.conf for all  acceptable  options  and  reportbug.conf(5)  for  all
           acceptable options and detailed information.
    
           Options only supported by reportbug will be silently ignored.
    
    
    

    ENVIRONMENT

           BROWSER
                  Colon-separated  list of web browsers to try; they will be tried
                  in order, until one succeeds.  You can use %s to substitute  the
                  URL  to be used, and %% to insert a literal percent sign.  If no
                  %s is specified, the URL will be supplied as a normal  argument.
    
           Provides the address of a proxy server to handle the BTS query.  This
                  should  be  a  valid  http URL for a proxy server, including any
                  required port number (simply specifying a hostname, or  omitting
                  a port other than 80, WILL NOT WORK).
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           reportbug(1), reportbug.conf(5)
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           Chris Lawrence <lawrencc@debian.org>, Sandro Tosi <morph@debian.org>.
    
                                                                       querybts(1)
    
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