frontaccounting (2.2.10-2) debian-changes-2.2.6-1


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Description: Upstream changes introduced in version 2.2.6-1
 This patch has been created by dpkg-source during the package build.
 Here's the last changelog entry, hopefully it gives details on why
 those changes were made:
 frontaccounting (2.2.6-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * Initial release (Closes: #562139)
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Author: Michael C. Schultheiss <>

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Index: frontaccounting-2.2.8/patches/series
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Index: frontaccounting-2.2.8/patches/remove-files.patch
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+Index: frontaccounting-2.2.6/doc/license.txt
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