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I joined the group in 2010 but got seriously sidetracked. This time
I'm determined to get the job done.
In summary, my goal is to create a debian package for this tool:
it depends on a number of Perl modules, some are already packaged, and
some are not. I would be interested in adding and maintaining the
following modules as part of this process:
I have started reading the documentation, but I think I need some
guidance. I would really appreciate if someone could give me a hand
I have started with one module (my own) to learn the process:
so, I've done:
# dh-make-perl --cpan Net::IPTrie --vcs git
and I'm getting:
Copyright information incomplete!
Upstream copyright information could not be automatically determined.
If you are building this package for your personal use, you might
this information; however, if you intend to upload this package to Debian
(or in general, if you plan on distributing it), you must look into the
complete copyright information.
The causes for this warning are:
Licensing information is present, but cannot be parsed
- --- Done
So, how does one fix that?
Also, the doc says that "--vcs git" should create a git repository,
etc. but I don't see any evidence of that being true.
Thanks in advance for your help.
On 11/27/10 5:32 AM, gregor herrmann wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Nov 2010 20:20:45 -0800, Carlos Vicente wrote:
>> Netdot has a number of Perl module requirements, some of which
>> are not available as packages yet. So the first task is to
>> become a maintainer for those Perl packages.
>> I have not yet done any packaging myself, so I have started to
>> read the necessary documentation. I'm also joining this list
>> hoping to receive some guidance in the process.
> A good starting place for reading about the Debian Perl Group is
> If you create an Alioth account and tell us the login some admin
> can add you to the project.
> And don't hesitate to ask anything here on the list or on IRC
> (#debian-perl at OFTC/irc.debian.org)
> Cheers, gregor
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