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developers-reference update for ITK: debmake

On Sat, Dec 31, 2005 at 06:22:20PM +0000, Roger Leigh wrote:
> Osamu Aoki <osamu@debian.org> writes:
> > As I see in debian-reference:

Of course, it is developers-reference :-)

> > ---
> > A.3.2 debmake
> >
> > debmake, a precursor to debhelper, is a more coarse-grained debian/rules
> > assistant. It includes two main programs: deb-make, which can be used to
> > help a maintainer convert a regular (non-Debian) source archive into a
> > Debian source package; and debstd, which incorporates in one big shot
> > the same sort of automated functions that one finds in debhelper.
> >
> > The consensus is that debmake is now deprecated in favor of debhelper.
> > However, it's not a bug to use debmake. 
> > ---
> > I should remove last sentence from all translations.
> It might be better changing it to "It is a bug to use debmake in new
> packages.  New packages using debmake will be rejected from the
> archive."

CVS has been updated for English and Japanese.

French still needs work but I can not do that.



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