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Re: dpatch and patching debian/rules

martin f krafft <madduck@debian.org> writes:
> Parts of debian/rules are Ubuntu-specific (e.g. mv README.Debian
> README.Ubuntu) and we would love to have that removed.

Why not simply do a ifeq($(DISTRIB),Ubuntu) around that and define DISTRIB
at the top of the Makefile? This way you can use the same debian/rules
for Ubuntu and Debian and don't need to use evil patch systems.

$_=')(hBCdzVnS})3..0}_$;//::niam/s~=)]3[))_$(rellac(=_$({pam(esrever })e$.)4/3*
)e$(htgnel+23(rhc,"u"(kcapnu ,""nioj ;|_- |/+9-0z-aZ-A|rt~=e$;_$=e${pam tnirp{y
V2ajFGabus} yV2ajFGa&{gwmclBHIbus}gwmclBHI&{yVGa09mbbus}yVGa09mb&{hBCdzVnSbus';
s/\n//g;s/bus/\nbus/g;eval scalar reverse   # <mailto:marc@marcbrockschmidt.de>

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