Re: Experiences with compiling Debian
> alien: contains object (alien-3.2/) not in expected directory
Sigh. I normally use a program to increment the version number and rename
the subdirectory of these debian-only packages like alien. But I released
alien 3.3 to frozen only, and didn't follow my standard procedure of
changing the version number.
It's fixed in hamm, of course. I wonder if it's worth releasing an alien
3.4 to stable now just to fix this problem?
see shy jo
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