Re: Intent to package
>>>>> "a" == a <Javier> writes:
a> I intentd to package (have done already but will check before
a> upload) these packages:
a> Package: dns-browse Version: 1.6-1 Section: net Priority:
a> extra Architecture: i386 Depends: dnsutils, wish, perl
a> Installed-Size: 52 Maintainer: Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Pen~a
a> <firstname.lastname@example.org> Description: Perl Modules providing an API
a> for DNS queries Net::DNS is a Perl interface to the DNS
a> resolver. It allows the programmer to perform any type of DNS
a> query from a Perl script. For details and examples, please
a> read the Net::DNS manual page.
a> Package: net-dns Version: 0.12-1 Section: net Priority: extra
a> Architecture: i386 Depends: perl Installed-Size: 407
a> Maintainer: Javier Fernandez-Sanguino Pen~a <email@example.com>
a> Description: Perl Modules providing an API for DNS queries
a> Net::DNS is a Perl interface to the DNS resolver. It allows
a> the programmer to perform any type of DNS query from a Perl
a> script. For details and examples, please read the Net::DNS
a> manual page.
What is the difference between these two packages? They have the same
In any case, to follow the standard naming conventions for Perl
packages, whichever of these is the real Net::DNS module should be
a> - net-whois This is a Perl 5 module that retrieves and parses
a> information from the InterNIC 'whois' database. If you are
a> behind a firewall, you probably won't be able to use this
Again, this should be called libnet-whois-perl.
a> - pppcosts Program to calculate how much amount is spent on a
a> PPP connection, since it needs some source modifications to be
a> able to use the same binary for any country. I will check that
a> it does provide different functionality of dialdcosts's:
a> Package: pppcosts Version: 0.05-1 Architecture: i386 Depends:
a> libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0) Installed-Size: 58 Maintainer: Javier
a> Fernandez-Sanguino Pen~a <firstname.lastname@example.org> Description:
a> Controls PPP usage PPPcosts controls usage of PPP connection
a> both by time and money (supports many countries). It can be
a> modified to signal when a 'step' is going to pass or when PPP
a> goes on for too long.
You should not upload packages that depend on libc5. The stable
release of Debian is based on libc6.
a> - vrmllibc++: A VRML lib for C++, by Satoshi Konno 1996-1998
a> (have to check licence though)
This should probably have a better name than "vrmllibc++".
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