On Wed, 1 Mar 2006 22:04:47 +0100 Bas Wijnen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > I suggest bumping the package version and making a note of > > your changes in debian/changelog when you make a change: the > > tool 'dch -i' from the package source dir will help you do > > this. > > Personally, as long as the previous version wasn't released with Debian, and > not made public on a large scale either (and advertising to this list isn't a > large scale), I don't bump the debian version, but just keep it at -1. As far > as I've understood many e-mails here, that seems to be common practice. I made a similar reasoning when I decided not to bump the version number. The package has never been in Debian, and even if it had, no one would want to update it just because of a change in the mantainer scripts: the content of the package is exactly the same. Please tell me if my thoughts were wrong. Thanks. -- KiyuKo <eof AT kiyuko DOT org> "Like Russian Rulette with six bullets loaded"
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