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Re: RFS: admesh (updated package)


thanks, Ansgar, for your comments. I will fix that.

I just want to ask, how do you get those warnings, for example:
>   lintian: debian-changelog-line-too-long
I use the same lintian 2.4.3 and do not get this message.


On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 3:57 PM, Ansgar Burchardt <ansgar@43-1.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> Anton Gladky <gladky.anton@gmail.com> writes:
>> I have fixed the package according to your suggestions and would be
>> glad if you have a look at them.
> The package builds fine and DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nostrip works as well.
> Some issues remain (some of them are new, but all easy to change):
>  · Please wrap long lines in debian/changelog.
>   lintian: debian-changelog-line-too-long
>  · There is one more mentioning of /usr/doc/ in the man page:
>   It refers to /usr/doc/copyright/GPL, but should refer to
>   /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-2 (and the text above as well).
>   I did miss this before.
>   lintian: FSSTND-dir-in-manual-page
>  · debian/copyright has a "[LICENSE TEXT]" template where the license
>   should be included (or in this case referred to the file above).
>   Also please use "GPL-2+" (for GPL 2 or later).
>   See for example the copyright information for a Perl module:
>   <http://svn.debian.org/viewsvn/pkg-perl/trunk/libppix-regexp-perl/debian/copyright>
>   lintian: copyright-should-refer-to-common-license-file-for-gpl
>  · Please call dh_md5sums just before dh_builddeb to include checksums
>   of the package contents.
>   lintian: no-md5sums-control-file
>  · (very minor) debian/control: The Depends: line has two spaces.  One
>   should be enough.
>   lintian: debian-control-has-unusual-field-spacing (--pedantic)
> There is one more lintian warning about debian/watch. The following
> seems to find at least the current version:
>  version=3
>  http://www.varlog.com/index.html .*admesh-(.+)\.tar\.gz
> See uscan(1) for more information about debian/watch.
> Please run lintian on your package. It will detect many common packaging
> problems. I usually use `lintian -iI *.changes': it will display an
> explanation for all issues and look for some more, less important
> mistakes. (The last lintian warning I mention is only shown when using
> the `--pedantic' option, but those might not always be of interest.)
> Note that you should always use the latest version (2.4.3 right now).
> Thanks for your work :-)
> Regards,
> Ansgar
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