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Re: RFS: knetstats

Hi Daniel,

I've re-uploaded the package. Please have a look at it.

> your package is a native package, don't do this. additionally, please 
> fix the following things: 

I wasn't able to understand much about this issue (Maybe because I've not done 
much reading). There are many packages which don't have a proper version 
format. How do the maintainers tackle such software ?
>  * remove the useless empty line at the end of changelog. 
This is fixed.

>   * this is ugly (in README.Debian): 
I didn't understand this much.
  -- Ritesh Raj Sarraf <r...@researchut.com>, Sun, 12 Nov 2006 00:55:48 +0530 
    and this is beautiful: 
  -- Ritesh Raj Sarraf <r...@researchut.com>  Sun, 12 Nov 2006 00:55:48 +0530 
   note that only the comma is different after your email address. 

  * this is wrong: 
  Homepage: http://knetstats.sourceforge.net/ 
    and this is right: 
   Homepage: http://knetstats.sourceforge.net/ 
    note the *two* leading spaces.

Not sure what it was. Maybe FIXED. 
  * remove the template cruft at the bottom of debian/copyright: 
# Please also look if there are files or directories which have a 
 # different copyright/license attached and list them here. 
  * debian/dirs is not required, the directories are just created as 
     they should. 

  * don't add README to docs, it doesn't contain any usefull 

But I've seen many of the applications carrying the README files also.
Whether they are useful or not depends upon what information one is trying to 
look at.
  * remove the useless commented things in the manpage. 
  * postinst is empty, so remove it. 
  * remove the useless commented things in debian/rules and 

  * your package does not build, it is missing some of the kde build 
This is what confused me the most. If I follow the tricks mentioned in the 
package build docs, it gives me a huge list of packages which I should add as 
Build-Depends. I don't think adding 30 package names in Build-Depends makes 
sense (and is the right way).
What practise do you/others follow for finding Build Dependency packages?
  * your manpage does not get installed, you have to use debian/manpage 
     for that (read man dh_installman) 

Thanks for bearing with me for the delay.
If there is anything which still needs fixed, please let me know. Would be 
great if you also provide pointer to docs where I could refer for those 
particular errors.


On Friday 08 December 2006 13:56, Daniel Baumann wrote:
> Ritesh Raj Sarraf wrote:
> > I'll try fixing those problems and re-upload.
> Any news, or are you no longer interested?

Ritesh Raj Sarraf
RESEARCHUT - http://www.researchut.com
"Necessity is the mother of invention."
"Stealing logic from one person is plagiarism, stealing from many is 
"The great are those who achieve the impossible, the petty are those who 
cannot - rrs"

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