Re: orig source
Jeff Shilt <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Is the original, exactly the way I got it, or can I remove the
> other OS specific directories, fix all the makefiles and have this be the
> original source.
I've gotten the impression that the best way to do it is to use
*pristine* uptream source, which means that the .orig.tar.gz is really
the tar file you downloaded. The changes should all be in the
(automatically generated) .diff.gz.
> On another note, what is a good way to handle symlinks. The binary
> goes in a subdiretory of usr/lib. I'm guessing I can do this in the
> postinst, but can I just say
> ln -s /usr/lib/fpc/0.99.5/ppc386 /usr/bin/ppc386
You should either do something like this near the end of debian/rules,
or move the binary back into the bin directory.
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