Re: debian source == original source. How ?
Mitch Blevins wrote:
> > 1. I am using a simple makefile, as I haven't have time to read about
> > automake/autoconf. My makefile has an "distclean" entry which deletes
> > all unusefull files and lets a clean src directory. It deletes the
> > binary executable also. Do I have to delete any files from debian
> > directory. Should I put this in my Makefile ?
> I believe it is okey to have the Makefile clean out the main directory
> and let debian/rules clean out the debian directory.
> Shouldn't really matter one way or another, that's just the default that
> debhelper will give you.
Is it OK to add a entry to debian/rules like distclean to clean both the
debian and the main source directory ? Debian users will always give
"debian/rules distclean" while the others will use "make distclean".
This rule is more for me, in order to know that I tar.gz only the needed