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Re: what's the difference between [s/i/m/l/k/n] ?

On Sun, Mar 01, 2015 at 05:54:36AM +0000, lumin wrote:
> When learning on how to package software,
> I am confused about what's the difference between the
> essence of [s/i/m/l/k/n].
> (single binary, indep binary, multiple binary, ...)
What is copied out of /usr/share/debhelper/dh_make/debian[simlkn]
That essentially is what the difference is.
You would normally use "s" unless there was a good reason not to.

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