Re: dpkg enhancements
> a) "debian/rules clean" : remove all old files
> b) "dpkg-source -b dir-version/" : build diff and dsc file
> c) "debian/rules build" : compile package
> d) "debian/rules binary" : install binaries, set permissions, build package
> i propose a flag to use the alternative order c) d) a) b)
This sounds reasonable...
Ok, one is free to do just 'debian/rules build' for testing whether
the package compiles, but Andreas is right that often errors only show
up when finally assembling the .deb, and then a 'make clean' is done
all the time ...
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