Re: Debdiff project announcement.
In tom.lists.debian-devel, you wrote:
> > (I also have some ideas on how to reconstruct the deb from the
> > unpacked version of the original, but I want to get the deb+diff->deb
> > mode working first.)
I'm assuming that the following comments are in response to this code
> You've looked at dpkg-repack? (apt-get install dpkg-repack, etc)
Yes, I have. I think that I can do something similar without needing
to repack into an intermediate form. (I'm sure I'll look at other
packages if need be while writing this code.)
> Also, there was some code for some of this posted to the list a while ago.
By this, do you mean looking at unpacked archives, or generating a
list of differences between packages? A cursory search didn't find
anything about the latter, but I didn't really know what I was looking
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