How to build a deb package with KDE3.1 and woody?
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I would like to build kde-i18n-es as a deb package.
Now I am using KDE 3.1 (packages provided by Ralf Nolden in Dec 31st not the
very latest ones) and an almost pure woody system. I only have the CVS
"kde-i18n" root directory and "kde-i18n/es", "kde-i18n/admin" and
First I try to compile the "es" directory to check if all is OK. So
echo "es" > inst-apps
make -f Makefile.cvs
- - First problem I have is that KDE 3.1 apparently needs autoconf 1.6 which is
in sid. I overcome this problem by using the "admin" directory from KDE 3.0.x
With this workaround I can compile the whole es subdirectory.
Then I clean the whole kde-i18n and begin again with a clean CVS one.
If I try to generate a deb package by issuing
dpkg-buildpackage -b -uc -us
the process removes
and the process breaks.
Can somebody tell me a recipe to create kde-i18n-es.deb from the CVS for
woody, only having the root kde-i18n directory and directories
kde-i18n/admin, kde-i18n/es and kde-i18n/debian?.
Pablo de Vicente
KDE spanish translation team.
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