On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 10:46:13PM +0200, Julian Andres Klode wrote:
Christoph Haas wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 01, 2007 at 10:08:47PM +0200, Julian Andres Klode wrote:
>> Dear mentors,
>> It builds these binary packages:
>> command-not-found - Suggest installation of packages in interactive
>> bash sessions
>> command-not-found-data - Set of data files for command-not-found
> I just built and installed it. There is some funny whitespace in
> the messages:
> $ inetd
> Command 'inetd' is available in '/usr/sbin/inetd'
> The command could not be located because '/usr/sbin' is not i ncluded
> in the PATH environment variable.
> This is most likely caused by the lack of administ rative priviledges
> associated with your user account.
> bash: inetd: command not found
> i ncluded -> included
> administ rative -> administrative
> priviledges -> privileges
I would like to merge the fix. Do you maintain the package is some
version control system? We use bzr so it might be a good fit for you
too to make merging easy.
> Did you talk to the Ubuntu maintainer already? Perhaps it make sense to
> join forces so that only one package is built?
He's CCed, so: mvo: What's your opinion?
I would really like to, but this can only work if we have a seperate
command-not-found-data source package because the mapping of
"binary"<->"package" will differ from ubuntu to debian (even if it is
only a very minor difference in most cases).