Re: Request for NEAT packaging review
OK, I think everything is fixed - I'd removed all the old files from
master when cleaning up my previous packaging attempt and had not
readded them correctly. The script is executable and I updated the
Standards-Version number. Hope that's all fine now.
On 11/05/16 16:23, Ole Streicher wrote:
> Hi Roger,
> Roger Wesson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Having just released a new version upstream, I have also uploaded new
>> packaging files ready for review. I made changes upstream to make
>> packaging easier and avoid patches - examples are now installed to the
>> correct directory.
> Almost everything is fine now. I'd ask you for just two changes: Please
> make the shell script /usr/share/neat/plot.sh executable, and update
> Standards-Version to 3.9.8 (which is the current version now). Both were
> Lintian warnings from
> $ lintian /var/cache/pbuilder/result/neat_2.0-1_amd64.changes
> After that, the package is ready for upload.
> Your git repository is rather unusal in that the master branch does not
> contain the upstream sources any longer. Usually, the master branch
> holds them as welll. Would you kind doing a "git merge upstream"? The
> conflicts then arise from the previous removal of the upstream files and
> can just be resolved with "git add . ; git commit". After you update the
> "upstream" branch next time, you can then just do a "git merge upstream"
> in the master branch.
> Best regards