Re: Source code extracted to current directory
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Jeroen van Wolffelaar wrote:
|>When we have a program xyz.tgz and when uncompressing it, it extracts
|>everything to the current directory and not to xyz/ we have to create a
|>dir xyz-version/, move all the extracted files to xyz-version/ and
|>repack this directory, right?
| No, dpkg-source copes with this situation fine, if it extracts in
| toplevel, or has a wrongly-named single directory, it'll make sure it
| gets in package-version/ directory anyway.
But how do I create the debian/ directory, if dh_make fails on that
Message of dh_make:
The directory name must be <package>-<version> for dh_make to work!
I cannot understand the directory name or you have an invalid directory
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