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I am trying to package "kaspaliste" (0.43-beta2) a literature
database for kde.
I while ago someone posted here that
dh_make --custom /usr/share/doc/kdelibs-dev/dh-make
would be good way to go. Using this I had problems with the
executables. The script tried to install it to /usr/bin (instead of
debian/tmp/usr/bin) during the make install run .
I figured out that it is an issue with DESTDIR und prefix when
make install prefix=`pwd`/debian/tmp/usr
Finaly I made it using dirty hacks in the Makefiles.
Now I fetched the latest kdenetwork package to figure our how Chris
Cheney did them. If found that make install is called with a
different setting, that would be in my case:
make DESTDIR=`pwd`/debian/tmp/usr install
but now the executables went to debian/tmp/usr/usr/bin.
So my questions are:
Is there a more up to date template one can use to debianize the
What is the difference of DESTDIR and prefix in the kde-make scheme?
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