Re: debian/rules "make -f" restriction
> Or should we just add a Linitan override? Or do we really need to use
> "#!/usr/bin/make -f" as the shebang line in debian/rules?
Use make. it is able to do all the things you're doing right now, including to
do different stuff based on an environment setting.
> Personally I would vote for dropping the make requirement from the
> policy all together. I might be mistaken, but I think none of the
> build tools calls make explicitly with debian/rules. A debian/rules
> might even be a Python or Rake script.
Oh god, no. And I'm not even going to explain why.Think about it.
Bernd Zeimetz Debian GNU/Linux Developer
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