Re: Updating build-essential package list
Previously Christoph Lameter wrote:
> It would be good if most of the stuff in those kinds of tools would be
> properly integrated into dpkg. The suidmanager -> dpkg move is one step in
> the right direction. I wish we had an easy to use standard .deb build
> environment that does not require all these addons.
I'm not convinced at all that something like debhelper should in part of
dpkg. dpkg basically contains low-level tools, other packages such as
debhelper and apt handle the high-level support.
Furthermore I'm not a huge fan of debhelper (or any other similar
tool) myself so I have no motiviation at all to do this.
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