Re: debstd trouble with multi-binary package
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On 6 Jul 1998, Adam P. Harris wrote:
> Martin Schulze <joey@tapiola.Infodrom.North.DE> writes:
> > debstd is depricated, use the debhelper instead.
> [...] which ones are deprecated and which are supported, [...]
Interesting. Is deprecated the opposite of supported?
What does "supported" exactly mean? You can still submit bugs against
debmake, and if the fix is obvious, they will be fixed.
BTW: Is un-debhelper-izing a package as easy as un-debstd-izing it?
How many lines do you have to change to un-debhelper-ize a debhelper-ized
package? And how many to un-debstd-ize a debstd-ized package?
If we are going to "deprecate" things, why don't we just deprecate all
package building tools at the same time?
BTW2: What happened with the package building tool Ian Jackson was going
to write, which required no run-time module?
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