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Re: Preliminaries remarks on Frets on Fire

Miriam Ruiz wrote:
> --- Romain Beauxis <toots@rastageeks.org> escribió:
>> 	Hi all !
> Hi! Really, thanks a lot for your comments and your time :)
>> First thanks for the hard work on frets, it must have been time consuming..
>> Some remarks that could be adressed:
>> [ For fretsonfire ]
>> * Could you write what have been done to dfsg's the source ? This is very 
>> helpfull later on if the package has to be handled by another developper for
>> instance.. UPDATE: I just noticed it's automatically done in rules... Nice..
>> But some rational about the need of dfsg source and instructions in human
>> way 
>> could be interesting too in a README.Debian-source..
> It might be a good idea, even though it might be quite time-consuming
> documenting all that stuff. I usually do it, as you said, in the
> get-orig-source target in debian/rules, but then, in this case it might not be
> just a couple of lines, so I guess you're right.
>> * There seems to be a missing dependency on libGL:
>> ImportError: libGL.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or 
>> directory
> That's quite strange, we shouldn't be needing to link directly against OpenGL,
> AFAIK. python-opengl maybe? I'll have a look at that. You're the second person
> reporting this to me, so it might be quite serious

if 'objdump -p <any binary file in the package> | grep NEEDED' lists that lib, you need to add it as a dep.

"Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein

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