Re: circular dependencies in debian -> impact on emdebian
Quoting Wookey <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> If we accept that we need to create modified emdebian/rules files, rather
> than sticking with the standard debian ones and changing the build
> then the problem of such barfs can be fixed in such modifications.
> I think we have accepted that we aren't going to be able to just use the
> standard /rules because there are too many things we want to change.
It would be good, if debian/ and emdebian/ wouldn't diverge too much.
Wouldn't it be better to have a debian/emrules to prevent from this?
(In constrast to having another directory emdebian.)
Other point: Many people use CDBS nowadays, so that rules is often
only three lines. Maybe one could add emdebian support to CDBS?
One could have a special class for embedian which e.g. removes
everything from ./debian/tmp/usr/share/doc/... etc.