On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 1:34 PM, Dmitry Nezhevenko <email@example.com> wrote:
> Upstream distributes in both "source" and "minimized" forms:
> How this particular file should be handled? The only idea I've is to
> remove this file in my get-git-snapshot-source step and download "right"
> one instead.
I don't see anything wrong with either file. It's under an MIT (i.e.;
free) license and it's human readable source code. It's not even
"obfuscated" -- it's just missing whitespace. I ran the "obfuscated"
version through JSBeautifier and got something that looks like the
While it may be ugly, it's certainly easy to clean up. I don't know
with a text editor can easily re-insert the whitespace without too
much trouble. How does this "obfuscation" (I use quotes because I
don't believe it's obfuscated) prevent its inclusion in Debian
directly? Why does special consideration need to be made for this