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Re: how can I get all the udeb source packages list?

On Thu, Jan 06, 2011 at 04:07:38PM +0800, Qin Bo wrote:
>    I want to build all the udeb packages, but I couldn't confirm the udeb
> source packages list and udeb packages list which use by debian installer.
>    How can I get  all the udeb source packages list?
>    As far as I know now:
>    different architecture the source package may is different like
> bootloader of ia64 and x86 is different etc.
>    and some source packages is not  get from debian installer's svn like
> xfsprogs-udeb is build by xfsporgs etc.
>    Is that any documentation mention the debian installer's udeb packages
> lists and corresponding it packages source list?

The lists of binary packages used in each installer image are in the SVN
tree[1], under installer/build/pkg-lists.  You can get back to the source
package by looking up the binary package in the relevant Packages list and
getting the Source header from there (I'm sure someone will be nice and give
you a grep-dctrl snippet to do that, but I'm not grep-dctrl qualified).

- Matt

[1] http://wiki.debian.org/DebianInstaller/Contrib and links downstream

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