Re: announcement: lintian 0.2 package released
[You (Christian Schwarz)]
>On Fri, 20 Feb 1998, Hartmut Koptein wrote:
>> > Note, that these are not really 28000 bugs, but that many lintian
>> > warnings/errors.
>> some (or many) problems comes from 'non-standard-file-perm 0444'. In the cas
>> for x11-apps this come from the default x11 config-files for xmkmf, like
You mean the Imake rules and template files right?
>> INSTBINFLAGS = -m 0755
>> INSTUIDFLAGS = -m 4711
>> INSTLIBFLAGS = -m 0644
>> INSTINCFLAGS = -m 0444
>> INSTMANFLAGS = -m 0444
>> INSTDATFLAGS = -m 0444
>> INSTKMEMFLAGS = -m 4711
>> If we could change this (MAN, INC, DAT) to 0644, we must it not do in
>> the debian/rules file.
>Good idea. If everyone else agrees that these files should all be mode
>0644 by default, please file a bug report against xlib6g-dev.
>> But then we must recompile xbase or xlib!? Bad for debian-2.0. Possible
>> for 2.1??
>We have 4 weeks left until we'll have the code freeze, so rebuilding the X
>packages shouldn't be a problem.
I don't understand. Just because the Imake rules builders change, why
does that mean that X has to be rebuilt? It's not like we're changing
locations of files or anything? AFAIK, it's just going to be a
convenience for debian X package maintainers. So when they do 'make
makefiles' or 'xmkmf -a' they actually get makefiles which conform to
I heartily agree that the local Imake rules should conform to policy, and
agree this bug should be filed.
.....A. P. Harris...apharris@onShore.com...<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>
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