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Re: should po4a be checked for?

On Wed, 2006-10-25 at 11:33:30 -0600, Bruce Sass wrote:
> bsass@onegee:/usr/src/dpkg-1.13.24$ ./debian/rules binary
> <...>
> Making all in po4a
> make[4]: Entering directory `/usr/src/dpkg-1.13.24/build-tree/man/po4a'
> for man in $(cd ../../../man/po4a && ls -d *.[158]); do \
>             po4a --no-backups --variable srcdir=../../../man/po4a \
>                 ../../../man/po4a/$man/$man.cfg; \
>         done
> /bin/bash: line 1: po4a: command not found
> /bin/bash: line 1: po4a: command not found

> Is it a bug that the po4a executable is not checked for before the build 
> starts compiling?

Well strictly speaking, yes, a check would have to be introduced in
configure.ac, to support non-debian systems. Although because you are
using debian/rules to build the thing, you must honour the Build-Depends.


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