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Re: binary vs "real debian" packages

On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 3:05 PM, William Francis <wfrancis@gmail.com> wrote:
>  Further, I understand the concept of an upstream provider and
>  understand that I don't have one in this case, unless I sort of fake
>  it somehow. Is that wise or is there a well understood method of
>  having an .orig file and then doing stuff to make your .dsc, .diff and
>  .changes files? What would the contents of an orig file like that look
>  like in my case where it's not a source package?

Hi William,

A quick answer to one of your questions...
The orig file would contain all the files not in the debian/
directory, and the diff file would contain all the files in the
debian/ directory.


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