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The 'distribution' can be either the release code name / alias (wheezy, jessie, stretch, sid) or the release class (oldstable, stable, testing, unstable) respectively. If you mean to be tracking a release class then use the class name, if you want to track a Debian point release, use the code name.
This semantics carries over to Ubuntu.
What I would expect instead:
http://download.fpcomplete.com/ubuntu/wily stable main
http://download.fpcomplete.com/ubuntu wily main
This may seem completely trivial, but it does cause certain issues with system tools - for example, deploying stack via puppet on Ubuntu is unusually inconvenient.
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This is fixed in the release process to upload to new locations with better semantics, and I've uploaded the last three releases (0.1.5.0, 0.1.6.0, and 0.1.8.0) to the new locations as well. The release process will, for now, continue uploading new versions to the old locations as well so that people don't need to update their sources list to get new releases.