El Thursday 28 August 2008 22:07:55 Michal Čihař escribió: > Hi > > Dne Thu, 28 Aug 2008 15:04:15 +0200 > Andreas Schildbach <email@example.com> napsal(a): > > > I have uploaded a fixed package to mentors.debian.net. > > - why have you kept configure-stamp target? also remove configure > from .PHONY > - what is reason for commented out dh_* command in debian/rules > > > > - also license information in debian/copyright does not seem to be > > > sufficient, you should be more detailed (or use new machine readable > > > format, see http://wiki.debian.org/Proposals/CopyrightFormat) > > > > Thanks a lot for this pointer. I've completely rewritten the copyright > > file. One question though: Do I actually have to include the license > > text for popular licenses? (in this case: GPL-any) > > Why do you use some random older revision of proposal? Yes you should > include something like: > > License-Terms: GPL-2 > On Debian and Debian-based systems, a copy of the GNU General Public > License version 2 is available in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-2. > > If you would use lintian, you would find it: > > $ lintian -I phpmyid_0.9-1_i386.changes > I: phpmyid source: package-lacks-versioned-build-depends-on-debhelper 7 > E: phpmyid: copyright-should-refer-to-common-license-file-for-gpl > > (It shows also another problem in your package - mismatch between > debian/compat and debhelper build dependency). > GPL-any means GPL-1 and so GPL-1 must be included complete and verbatim, since it is not installed by default in Debian systems. Unless you have explicit permission to use GPL version 1 _or any later version_ which menas you can use GPL-2. If you can do that, please do. I've encountered the same with wmaker-data :( Noel Torres er Envite
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