Re: How to build source package?
> In Debian, there is no single file that corresponds with a .src.rpm.
> Source packages consist of multiple files. The central one is the one
> with ".dsc" as the name; it contains all of the information to describe
> the other files needed. These other files will be either a file with
> ".orig.tar.gz" and a file with ".diff.gz" at the ends of their names, or
> a single ".tar.gz" file.
Thanks. I was beginning to suspect that my expectations of a
single file as a "source package" were the problem. While
looking for something else, I just found one spot where that's
>> Is a "source package" not a single file?
> Nope. I'll cut out all the "extraneous" files from your ls, leaving the
> source package files:
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 grante 500 196900 May 8 12:50 rocketats_1.23.orig.tar.gz
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 grante 500 332 May 31 11:28 rocketats_1.23-1.dsc
>> -rw-r--r-- 1 grante 500 16435 May 31 11:28 rocketats_1.23-1.diff.gz
Grant Edwards grante Yow! Is it 1974? What's
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