Re: What is the process for creating/uploading new packages?
2010/12/21 Joachim Breitner <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Dear Eugene,
> Am Dienstag, den 21.12.2010, 13:01 +0300 schrieb Eugene Kirpichov:
>> I'd like to publish my piece of software (already hackage'd) as a
>> debian package; is there a documented process or convention for doing
>> that specifically for Haskell packages?
>> Should I coordinate with someone, or use a specific toolset or naming
>> convention, or upload to a specific repository, etc.?
>> (I've never published any kind of debian package before, so I may be
>> asking silly questions)
>> I've seen some tutorials on the internets, but I don't know which are
>> or aren't obsolete, so I'd appreciate help from debian-haskell@.
> your question could refer to two things: You want your software packaged
> and distributed by Debian; and you want to provide Debian packages of
> your software on your project’s homepage.
> In the former case, you should tell us what software it is and kindly
> ask, and we (the Debian Haskell Group) will probably maintain the
> package for you.
Yes, it is the "former" case - I want my package to be installable in,
say, Ubuntu, by sudo apt-get install mypackage.
I'm refering to these two applications:
I'd happily do the package maintenance myself if that could speed up
the process, but I just need to know what to do :)
> In the latter case, you might want to look at
> and some of the packaging for Debian packages on
> http://darcs.debian.org/pkg-haskell/ and are welcome to ask on this list
> if you need further help.
Thanks, I'll look at these.
> Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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