Re: debmake x dh-make
> Because it's not. debhelper is not a drop-in replacement for debmake.
> If people use it and someone is willing to maintain it, it will continue
> to exist in the distribution, as it happens with every other package.
I think that if you survey the set of packages that comtinjue to use
debstd, you'll find that nearly all of them are unmaintained. At least
that has been my experience with them. The number of such packages is
decreasing slowly, probably as they are kicked out of the distribution.
see shy jo
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