Re: About new source formats for packages without patches
Julien BLACHE <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> The problem is that if debian/source/format is missing for one reason
> or another, your package will be silently built as a 1.0 source
There's no need for it to be silent. The idea was raised that, after a
period of silent deprecation, the recognition of source format 1.0 could
cause a warning.
The only point I've been trying to understand is, regardless of how
format 1.0 packages are handled once recognised, why the current
undeclared format 1.0 packages can't be recognised as such indefinitely
without any change in those packages.
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