Re: Summary: dpkg shared / reference counted files and version match
On Sat, 2012-02-11 at 00:46:53 +0100, Marco d'Itri wrote:
> It is not true that splitting the package is a one time action, every
> release which adds new files will require dealing with the split.
Assuming a somewhat standard packaging, using debhelper and debian/tmp
or debian/<main-pkg>, where all upstream files get intstalled to, and
selected ones copied/moved over to their debian/<pkg> final destination.
How is this any different from packaging any new upstream release,
regardless of a split due to multiarch?