Re: RFS: stripclub - Online Comic Reader/Archiver
Brian Nelson wrote:
Oops, I didn't realize you're also the upstream author. That makes the
copyright more OK than I realized. Still, you should include more on
the GPL (versioning, etc.), like in the example in that email.
Fixed, I believe.
I just checked the checklist, the only thing different doesn't apply, so
no changes neccessary. (Something about user promting with debconf,
which I don't use.)
Normally you create a package using the current policy version as a
guideline, and then keep it up to date by following
/usr/share/doc/debian-policy/upgrading-checklist.txt.gz . Often, it's
OK to just increase the number, but always check the checklist first.
They're overly aggressive. -fomit-frame-pointer makes debugging
virtually impossible AIUI, and -funroll-loops makes the code larger (and
likely slower due to more CPU cache misses). Also, Debian Policy states
you should include -g to include debugging information. Specifically,
Well, if you're also the upstream packager, keeping the upstream tarball
pristine is less meaningful, so it's probably not much to worry about.
New files (upgraded the program to 0.6.2 while I was at it):