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Re: Please sponsor my game bug=923180

Hello Markus,

Very exciting......

I applied the patches and made the other changes as well.
However, there are lintian warnings because infinitetux.jar
is now included in the source files.

I decided to upload two versions.

The penultimate upload is the one with the rules and install
files with the patches applied. this is the one that includes
the jar file in the sources.

The last upload is a slightly modified version that excludes
the jar file.

Let me know which is the one you're going to use and I'll push
the changes to the repo.

Thanks again,

On Sun, 3/10/19, Markus Koschany <apo@debian.org> wrote:

 Subject: Re: Please sponsor my game bug=923180
 To: "Pedro Pena" <qbancoffee@yahoo.com>
 Cc: debian-devel-games@lists.debian.org, 923180@bugs.debian.org
 Date: Sunday, March 10, 2019, 11:06 AM
 Hello Pedro,
 Am 08.03.19 um 02:49 schrieb Pedro Pena:
 > Hello Markus,
 > I found an online appstream generator that
 helped me create the appstream file.
 > I built the package without any
 errors. and just uploaded it.
 > I installed the package hoping to see the
 appstream data rendered in 
 > the package
 manager but I guess it only displays info from the
 > control file when it isn't an official
 debian package.
 Please let me know if I'm  missing anything.
 I think we are very close now
 to upload infinitetux. I have attached two
 patches. The first one will change the
 installation directory to
 The other one will use the --release flag instead of
 -source and -target. This prevents an error
 when using OpenJDK 8 to run
 the game.
 Please remove the executable
 bit from all java and resource files. chmod
 a-x. Currently the game creates an
 infinitetux-data directory in the
 home directory where it saves tiles.dat. This directory
 should be
 hidden and renamed to
 .infinitetux. You could also consider to follow
 the XDG specification.
 Last but not least, please add
 some VCS links to debian/control and
 the maintainer field to
 Debian Games Team <pkg-games-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org>
 and add yourself as
 qbancoffee <qbancoffee@yahoo.com>
 This way it is easier for
 others to make changes to the package and keep
 it in good shape.
 Otherwise the rest looks good to me. I will
 import the next revision
 into our Git
 repository. You can ask for access here:

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