Re: About changelog.Debian entries that's not quite Debian
In Thu, 30 Nov 2000 13:47:05 -0800 Pete Lypkie <firstname.lastname@example.org> cum veritate scripsit :
> > Looking at other packages, people seem to have a debian changelog that starts with
> > "initial upload", and I am not sure what I should do with my changelog entry,
> > that has entries before being uploaded to Debian.
> > Anyone have any advice ?
> one of my packages also had a debian/changelog before being uploaded to woody.
> I would suggest keeping the old changelog, and just making a note in the
> latest entry that mentions "new to woody" or "first upload to woody" or
> something like that.
> I don't think it really matters, except to give information to others.
One reason I asked this here is that many of the packages that have been
moved from Debian-JP project archive to the Debian project has been stripped
of its Debian changelog.
I wouldn't mind if it were done independently, but if has been in Debian-JP
project for so long a time, I would rather have the changelog.
This question probably applies to the kde packages (which have not
entered Debian until qt2.2) and Helix gnome packages iff any of them
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