Re: New libsdl packages for KDE 3.0.3
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On Friday 23 August 2002 19:18, Scott Bronson wrote:
> Does this mean anything?
> bronson@divino:~/public_html/debian/sdl$ create-apt-source
> ** Packages in archive but missing from override file: **
> libsdl1.2-dev libsdl1.2debian libsdl1.2debian-all libsdl1.2debian-
> arts libsdl1.2debian-esd libsdl1.2debian-oss
> The archive still seems to work. Apologies for being so apt-clueless.
- From dpkg-scanpackages(8):
THE OVERRIDE FILE
While most information about a package can be found in the
control file, some must be filled in by the distribution
czars rather than by the maintainer, because they relate
to the arrangement of files for release rather than the
actual dependencies and description of the package. This
information is found in the override file.
In other words, it allows ftp masters to override some of the values in your
debian/control if need be. For a personal apt source like yours, you can
safely ignore it. I actually specify /dev/null as the override file in my
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