Re: Merging GRASS upstream packaging with DebianGIS
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On 28.07.2015 12:49, Sebastiaan Couwenberg wrote:
> On 28-07-15 12:21, Ivan Mincik wrote:
>> I am still stuck in a problem. I have changed package name to
>> 'grass-daily' and trying to rebuild package using pbuilder and
>> git-buildpackage and failing on following problem:
>> # install pkg-config file install -m 644 grass.pc
>> debian/grass-daily-dev/usr/share/pkgconfig/grass71.pc install:
>> cannot create regular file
>> 'debian/grass-daily-dev/usr/share/pkgconfig/grass71.pc': No such
>> file or directory
>> Any ideas ?
> If the grass.pc is created during the build you may need to create
> the directory first.
> install -o root -g root -m 755 -d
Yes, I was thinking about creating dir manually, but I don't
understand why the same 'install' line is working in 'experimental'
branch or in current packaging which upstream is using (grass7
package). So I was expecting the problem on my side, unless some
change of handling 'grass.pc' file was done on upstream side.
According GRASS changelog, last change of 'grass.pc' file was done on
> You can debug which files are available after the build by adding
> a find statement before the install command:
> find $(CURDIR) -type f | sort
> This will list all files under the source package directory to
> double check if the files the installation expects are really
I was using 'tree' command to inspect files. Everything I have
discovered was that I have only 'debin/grass-daily-dev' directory with
no other content inside (no /usr/share/pkgconfig). Who was creating
them until now ?
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