Re: changelogs again (libc6 this time)
Josip Rodin <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Figures, a precaution measure. Not that I have anything against precaution
> measures -- lack thereof hit me with Nessus libs once, when a user found out
> that things doesn't work with different versions of the libs (not just a
> linker error, but code to abort when old versions are detected!), and now
> I have this in the rules files:
> version := $(shell expr $(CURDIR) : '.*-\([0-9.]*\)')
> dh_makeshlibs -V "libnessus1 (>= $(version))"
So you can't build nessus in a dir called "foo"? That's not
a trend I want to see. I do test builds raw from a CVS working
directory, and naming that dir "foo-1.2" would be silly; the
thing stays the same for many versions.