On Sat, Aug 25, 2007 at 11:11:05AM +0530, Kapil Hari Paranjape wrote: > Hello, > > On Thu, 23 Aug 2007, Kapil Hari Paranjape wrote: > > Package looks fine. I'm currently updating my local pbuilder base and > > will upload when that is done. > > Unfortunately, I just realised that there are a few more changes that > I think you should make! > > 1. I think it is better to use "$(MAKE) -C src" and "$(MAKE) -C doc" > instead of the "cd src; $(MAKE)" and "cd doc; $(MAKE)" constructs. Done, but not uploaded yet. > install -p -m 0644 tools/stunnel.conf-sample \ > $(CURDIR)/debian/stunnel4/etc/stunnel/stunnel.conf > > # mv executables into /usr/bin, with propper names > mv $(CURDIR)/debian/stunnel4/usr/sbin/stunnel \ > $(CURDIR)/debian/stunnel4/usr/bin/stunnel4 > mv $(CURDIR)/debian/stunnel4/usr/sbin/stunnel3 \ > $(CURDIR)/debian/stunnel4/usr/bin/stunnel3 > rmdir $(CURDIR)/debian/stunnel4/usr/sbin/ > > # Move docs into propper dir > mv $(CURDIR)/debian/stunnel4/usr/share/doc/stunnel \ > $(CURDIR)/debian/stunnel4/usr/share/doc/stunnel4 > > > 2. Since you use "debhelper", I think it is better if you use debhelper's > .install files to move/install files in the correct places (man dh_install). Sorry, I disagree here. The problem is I'm not only moving things around, I'm also renaming files and getting rid of empty dirs left behind. man dh_install explicitely states that dh_install cannot rename files or directories, it can only install them with the names they already have into wherever you want in the package build tree. Thus, if use dh_install for this, I'd still have to leave commands to rename, completely negating the point of using it, as I'd still have pretty much the same clutter in debian/rules *and* I'd split the handling of this files over several places. Should I upload with just the change from (1)?
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