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So you're about to commit a change to the pkgsrc infrastructure. You've tested it -- it fixes the bug you're interested in and you can still build a few of your favourite packages. But you know that if you reintroduce a bug that caused havoc with threaded python last year, you're in for a right bricking. That's why you need pkg_regress. This presentation explains what it is, how it works and all the other reasons why it's for you.
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