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Non standard tar-ball.

I have a tarball for a gpled library that I was thinking of turning into a 
package for a shared library.

The tarball is non-standard. Instead of one directory containing the name and
version number, it just has  a "src" and a "doc" directory in its root 

Can such a tarball be used as a pristine source for a debian package?

Where would the debian subdirectory be?

Thank You

Paul Elliott                               1(512)837-1096
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