Hey > As I understand it; this is a "warning" if you have a lot of extra-files > like examples or data-files. Then this should go in a dedicated -data > package. The warning appears as the package has some C-code and some > python scripts, and it sees the pyton scripts as extra-files. So I > believe it should be fair to ignore. So, why do you not create a uniconvertor-data package which is arch: all ? This would save some disc space on the mirrors. > > > W: uniconvertor: script-not-executable > > ./usr/share/pycentral/uniconvertor/site-packages/uniconvertor/__init__ > >.py N: > > N: This file starts with the #! sequence that marks interpreted > > scripts, N: but it is not executable. > > N: > > Looking into other python-packages, this seems to always be > non-executable; that's why I let it be. But if this is wrong, I will of > course change it. The error is caused by the #!/xxx/foo header in the file.. if you remove it, the warning will disapear. Greetings Winnie -- .''`. Patrick Winnertz <email@example.com> : :' : GNU/Linux Debian Developer `. `'` http://www.der-winnie.de http://people.skolelinux.org/~winnie `- Debian - when you have better things to do than fixing systems
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