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Re: Source requirements and debian/missing-sources/ (was: "Browserified" stuff)

On 2016-10-12 21:22, Adam Borowski wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 09:00:50PM +0200, W. Martin Borgert wrote:
> > Who cares about yaccs and
> > bisons?
> You're thinking small.  Why not ship a pre-compiled ELF, built with some
> paid version of ICC (screw silly sods on AMD chips like me[1]).

I was planning this, but was not aware of a compiler that
produces multi-arch binaries for all eleven architectures.
Thanks for solving my problem :~)

> > If I understand correctly, and please correct me if I'm wrong, this
> > directory is for sources of files that are in your source package, but
> > not in the binary.
> >
> > Example: A source package had an embedded source copy of B.min.js
> > (minified, non-source), but the binary package does not have it,
> > because A depends on libjs-B and has the right debian/links. Then you
> > can put the B source into As d/m-s. If B.min.js is actually used in A,
> > d/m-s is not sufficient. But maybe I'm on the wrong track...
> That's my understanding as well.

It seems neither tincho nor myself could find that codified.
There is only lintian...

talks specifically about minified JS, btw.

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