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Afternoon debian-isp people.

As most of you are fully aware, it sometimes becomes a pain in the arse
when apt-geting a package only to find that the version that debian has
,is missing the feture that you need but in newer versions of the

Does anyone know how/if we can actually get the ./debian directory that is
used to make the packages? Does debian include them with the source

The reason I ask is I want to compile some new packages, but don't want to
make my own rules files else it gets to hard in the future when reverting
back to debian created packages.

Simon Allard

Simon Allard (Senior Tool Monkey)
Ph (09) 358-5067   Email: simon.allard@staff.ihug.co.nz

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