Description of problem:
Previously 'fedpkg update' was reading bug numbers from the SPEC changelog and prepopulated the update template with them. After some update it stops doing it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Write bug number to the SPEC changelog, push it and build the package
2. fedpkg update
Bug numbers are not read from the changelog and has to be filled manually
Bug numbers prepopulated from the changelog
Example of changelog which worked before:
* Mon Jan 4 2021 Jaroslav Škarvada <jskarvad> - 2.6.5-1
- New version
I pushed this update to rawhide, merged to f33 (fast-forward), ran 'fedpkg-update', but it didn't preset the 1911419 bug in the update template.
Currently I am not sure whether it used SPEC changelog or dist-git commit message, but I set it both and nothing is preset.
the issue was verified and eventually fixed. Thank you for letting me know.
There are two ways for adding bug numbers to bodhi update. First is "fedpkg update --bugs <numbers>". And second is parsing SPEC's file changelog (I think, commit message is not parsed). It was broken by a recent update where I improved a regular expression for bug detection. Code didn't handle the situation when the changelog lines don't start with '- '. Now, there is a fix available:
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