Re: Uploaded mime-tools 4.116-1 (source all) to master
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Anthony Fok, in an immanent manifestation of deity, wrote:
>So, which is better, Perl's way or Debian's? (I don't know. :-)
They both have good arguments. But we do have Debian Policy.
>Anyway, for those who are interested, I think it has to do with
>/usr/lib/perl5/ExtUtils/Install.pm. Doing a "s/0444/0644/g" in that file
>will solve the Lintian warning automagically, but I wonder if modifying
>the upstream code to comply with this Debian policy is a good idea or not.
Well, I'd prefer not to do that if I can avoid it. What-ever happened
to the dpkg-CPAN tool that someone was creating? That'd be an
appropriate place to put the chmod -R u+w. For now, Perl packagers just
need to remember to do this.
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