Lintian warning messages
I am getting quite a few lintian warnings that I would like to quell.
Do we have any best practices on how to deal with these messages?
W: <package>: debian-copyright-line-too-long -- As I understand it
long lines are now OK. I am following the new, proposed guidelines
for the copyright file (http://wiki.debian.org/Proposals/
CopyrightFormat) and it almost guarantees long lines.
W: <package>: script-non-executable -- Since this is a scripted web
application (RoR) there are quite a few "scripts" that are not
executable directly in the shell. Can I turn this warning off for
W: <package>: extra-license-file -- There are several LICENSE files
scattered throughout the package and I have documented them in the
copyright file. Do I need to do anything with these? Should I remove
them or is there a way to ignore them?
(versions 18.104.22.168 & 1.5.0) is being used in several places. Obviously
it would be best to depend on the libjs-prototype package and remove
the embedded versions. Once I get upstream using a single version of
prototype do I just remove the original prototype.js files and symlink
to the package version?
W: <package>: package-contains-empty-directory -- Some of these are
necessary (cache, assets, etc.) and some aren't (test). Can I turn