Re: RFS: speedometer -- measure and display the rate of data across a network connection
Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Jari Aalto wrote:
> * README.Debian is bogus.
> * changelog has a useless empty line at the end of the file.
> * dirs has a useless empty line at the end of the file.
> if you would use install -D in rules, you could get rid of dirs
> completely here.
> * configure: stanza in rules is unused, remove it. same with build:
> (but since build: is a mandatory target, just leave an empty build:
> in rules)
> * remove the useless commented stuff, e.g. in clean:
> * remove the not used dh_* calls for your package, e.g.
> dh_installexamples and others.
I would rather keep those for maintenence purposes and I find they keep
the packaged uniform with all the steps visible. After all, comments
are comments, in all programming languages. Leaving the unused dh_*
calls is permitted by New Debian New Maintainers' Guide.
I understand that there are different opinions about dh_* lines among
DDs; having observed the discussions several times in debian-devel.
> * your package is arch all, hence all your dh_* calls should be
> listed under binary-indep, not binary-arch.
> * your debian/copyright lists the wrong GPL version.
> and btw, how about finishing fspanel first before doing other packages?
fspanes has been fixed. Thank you for the comments. The new package(s)
are ready at:
dget -x http://cante.net/~jaalto/tmp/debian/fspanel/fspanel_0.7-7.dsc
dget -x http://cante.net/~jaalto/tmp/debian/speedometer/speedometer_2.4-1.dsc