Re: RFS: libchart-php
2011/2/10 Benoît Knecht <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Daniel Lombraña González wrote:
>> > You should document the changes introduced by
>> > debian/patches/debian-changes-1.2.2-1, and avoid creating example files
>> > in that patch (simply put the files somewhere in debian/, and install
>> > them from there). Also, make sure you forward those changes upstream if
>> > relevant.
>> That was my fault. I deleted from the original software the examples.
>> Those files are directly provided by the upstream author, so I have
>> rebuilt the package, removing those files as patches, and including
>> them in the orig.tar.gz package.
> Great, it's much better now.
>> I have documented those changes in the file README.Debian. I don't
>> know if I should include that information in other file. Please, let
>> me know if this is OK or not.
> Well, it seems to me that this information is better suited for the
> patch header and the changelog (I want to know about that when I'm
> looking at the patch, but as an end-user reading the installed
> README.Debian, I don't really care; it won't change how I use the
I have changed them to the changelog file. However, I don't know how
to get the information in the debian patches folder, as those files
are automatically created by dpkg. Can you help me? I'm using
git-buildpackge for creating the package.
> Benoît Knecht
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Por favor, NO utilice formatos de archivo propietarios para el
intercambio de documentos, como DOC y XLS, sino HTML, RTF, TXT, CSV
o cualquier otro que no obligue a utilizar un programa de un
fabricante concreto para tratar la información contenida en él.