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I have no package to build error?


I'm trying to build multi-binary package splitted into at least 9 
small packages. After dh_make -m, I've edited debian/control to
something like that:

Source: gg2                                                             
Section: main                                                    
Priority: optional                                        
Maintainer: Mateusz Papiernik <maticompxp@w-s.pl>  
Build-Depends: debhelper (>> 3.0.0)         
Standards-Version: 3.5.2             
Package: gg2           
Architecture: any                                                       
Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}                                        
Description: GNU Instant Messenger with plugin support - core
 GNU Gadu 2 is a continuation of GNU Gadu, a Gadu-Gadu            
 client. In this release it is plugin based, and all things 
 are in plugins                                      
 This is only core of this messenger       
Package: gg2-gadu-gadu          
Architecture: any          
Description: Gadu Gadu plugin for GNU Gadu 2                            
 Gadu-Gadu protocol plugin for GNU Gadu 2  

Package: gg2-tlen
Architecture: any          
Description: Tlen plugin for GNU Gadu 2                            
 Tlen protocol plugin for GNU Gadu 2  

and the same for other packages. Next in debian I've created:


with main binary


and other in the same way for plugins
Sample content of that files:

$ cat gg2.files 
$ cat gg2.dirs  
$ cat gg2-tlen.files 
$ cat gg2-tlen.dirs  

I run debuild, and at the end of building, after dh_movefiles
I see:

make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/gohan/debian/gg2/gg2-20021202'
dh_testdir -i
dh_testdir: I have no package to build
make: *** [binary-indep] Błąd 1

In debian/gg2-* subdirectories there are all needed files, so
dh_movefiles splitted my package into other as good as he should, so
what's wrong here? What did I do wrong? man dh_testdir don't tell
anything interesting, so what can/should I do to build this package?

hopefuly, there is no documentation of building multi-binary packages in
Developers' Reverence at all, am I right?

Mati (mati@mati.rm.pl)
Sounds like a Windows problem, try calling Microsoft support

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