Re: RFS: sphinxsearch
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Hai Zaar wrote:
> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 4:15 PM, Tom Simnett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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>> Ben Finney wrote:
>>> Jérémy Lal <email@example.com> writes:
>>> These command names are rather too generic. Perhaps they should be
>>> prefixed with ‘sphinx-’?
>>> These all look like installing the package with the wrong options to
>>> ‘configure’, but that's a guess.
>>> Either write something useful in the README.Debian, or remove it if it's
>>> not needed for the package.
>>> Perhaps Lintian was never run on this package before uploading it?
>> This has now been re-uploaded. The manpages don't exist, and as there is
>> no ITP bug, it can't close it, so those warnings remain. Apart from that
>> it appears to me to be clean.
> I'm not a mentor or DD, but you can:
> 1. Write man pages yourself - pick template from
> 2. Open an ITP bug for sphinxsearch yourself - just file a bug (using
> reportbug tool) against wnpp package.
> My 2 cents :)
I now have an ITP bug resolved and manpages. This package is now lintian
clean according to lintian :)
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