Re: debmake x dh-make
Daniel Ruoso <email@example.com> writes:
> > Because it's not. debhelper is not a drop-in replacement for debmake.
> But the question is... shouldn't it be?
NO! debmake was deeply flawed in its interface and implementation,
and were debhelper to be a drop-in replacement it would always be
fighting those constraints. Bug-for-bug compatability would not be an
Honestly, it escapes me how anyone in the last couple of years could
do a survey of source packages and get the idea that debmake was in
wide-spread use, and thuse choose it instead of debhelper. I'm sorry
someone didn't do their homework, and feels put out, but that's no
fault of, or defect in, debhelper
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