Re: KDE filesystem structure
On Thu, Jan 17, 2002 at 08:55:02AM +1100, Daniel Stone wrote:
> Daniel's Amazing Fantastic Fabulous Mind-Rocking Guide To Building A KDE
> App On Debian:
> ./configure --prefix=/usr
> su -c 'make install'
Jens's Amazing Fantastic Fabulous Mind-Rocking Improvement to Daniel's
Amazing Fantastic Fabulous Mind-Rocking Guide To Building A KDE App On
fakeroot debuild -uc -us -b
dpkg -i ../$app-x.y_i386.deb
The problem being, non-dpkg otherwise files end up in /usr, which is a Bad
> > These are benefits not to be ignored. I say we go ahead and do a major
> > cleanup, it's not that difficult btw we are just going to change a f..
> I register my vote of disgust. It IS difficult, in fact, because it means
> we fuck around with how Debian has done things since well before the Dark
> Ages. When you ask people what the best thing about Debian is, they
> respond "policy" (in general; some say dpkg/apt). So what are we doing?
I like Debian because it stays clean, is easy to update, and nobody messes
up /usr (except src, local) with files not belonging to packages.
What Dark Ages are you referring to? The day YaST2 was released?
mfg, Jens Benecke
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