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Bug#25102: marked as done (localfiles target fails)

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Subject: localfiles target fails
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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 2.0.11

the localfiles target in the Makefile assumes that there is at least
one *all.deb and at least one *<arch>.deb file. It should be checked,
if the pattern expands to something.

localfiles:: updates                                        
        for f in $(incoming)/*_{all,$(architecture)}.deb; do \            
                if [ ! -f updates/`basename $$f` ]; then \
                        echo copying `basename $$f` to updates/ ; \
                        cp $$f updates/; \                   

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