Re: Package which uses jam (instead make)
Scripsit Steve Greenland <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Policy 4.8:
> This file must be an executable makefile, and contains the
> I don't remember why we don't allow anything
> that meets the expected interface.
One reason that comes to mind is that it can sometimes be convenient
to assume that standard make command line options work for
$ debian/rules -n binary-indep
It also gives NMUers a well-known interface for inserting last-minute
corrections to the packaging, say, if policy changes dicate a change
in installation directories and the original maintainer has gone AWOL.
Henning Makholm "What a hideous colour khaki is."