Re: Bug#485997: O: libnetwork-ipv4addr-perl
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Damyan Ivanov wrote:
> If you don't have
> trunk checked out (which is quite big, mine is 1.1G, 868 packages), I
> guess you should not use the script and inject as usual, or patch it
> to support such scenario :)
As I do not have a lot of packages, I create a directory for each of
them and clean it when I do not work on them.
868 packages, this is quite huge :)
> The debian/dir in upstream source could really be annoying. If it
> causes any trouble, repackage (and file a bug upstream).
I have sent an email to Bernd Eckenfels and the upstream author (Francis
J. Lacoste) to know about the package on the CPAN website :
since the url mentionned in the debian copyright is not anymore.
However the upstream author email address does not exist anymore, as well.
It could be nice to get a new upstream release without this directory,
because I would like to update the debian/rules file to stick to the
other packages in the pkg-perl repository.
If not, as you said, I will fill a bug for the CPAN module.
http://debian.org - http://smhteam.info/wiki/
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