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Re: binNMU safe and ${binary:Version} or ${source:Version}

Am Dienstag, den 12.09.2006, 15:56 +0200 schrieb Daniel Leidert:
> Hello,
> I currently try to understand, what I need to do to make my packages
> binNMU-safe (I package several libraries). For a package I want to put
> into Debian soon, I'm now trying to make it binNMU-safe. But what's
> behind this? I tried to find documentation that explains the phrase (I
> understand, wthat an binNMU is, but not, what binNMU exactly means for a
> package). But I didn't find anything. I e.g. saw the bug-report against
> xchat. But I don't understand, when I should use ${binary:Version}
> (gnome-vfs2) or ${source:Version} (suggested in the bug-report). So
> where can I find documentation about this?

Hmm. I think, I now understand it a bit better (I read the
EvolutionPackagingNotes in the Debian Wiki). But Im still wondering,
where I can find the documentation.

Regards, Daniel

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