Re: RFS: nautilus-image-manipulator
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2011/4/12 Emilien Klein <email@example.com>:
> Hi Julien,
> I have started the package over from scratch, using the resource you
> mentioned in . I have added some files I already had from my
> previous packaging intent (like for the manpage and the watch file).
> I have used pbuilder, and it seems to me that all needed build
> dependencies are correctly addressed.
> I have uploaded the updated package, and here are some points about
> it. I'd appreciate if you could have a look at it.
> I currently only get one Lintian warning:
> W: nautilus-image-manipulator source: newer-standards-version 3.9.1
> (current is 3.8.4)
> N: The source package refers to a Standards-Version which is newer than the
> N: highest one lintian is programmed to check. If the source package is
> N: correct, then please upgrade lintian to the newest version. (If there is
> N: no newer lintian version, then please bug firstname.lastname@example.org to
> N: make one.)
> N: Severity: normal, Certainty: certain
> That's due to the Lintian version I have on my Ubuntu 10.04
> workstation, which is not the most recent (2.3.4ubuntu2). What are the
> consequences of not running the latest version of Lintian? How do we
> go about this? Should I have sid in a VM somewhere to package my
> I addressed 2 of your original comments :
> * You should check your package against the latest Debian Policy (3.9.1)
> and update debian/control accordingly
> * You should use a private directory for your python module, eg.
> /usr/share/nautilus-image-manipulator/ - please have a look at this
> excellent tutorial . You should also use dh_python2
> Well, after reading again, I'm not sure about using dh_python2 since I
> don't see it back in debuild's output (but I do see dh_pysupport). Can
> you direct me to the way you were thinking about?
> Probably related, what's up with the file
> /usr/share/python-support/nautilus-image-manipulator.private ? Is this
> needed in case dh_python2 is used?
> Regarding your other comment:
> * You have an unwanted patch in debian/patches which was automatically
> added by the 3.0 (quilt) source format
> This patch gets created automatically when running debuild, because
> the .pot file gets generated again. How can I prevent this, and is it
> a big problem (after all, the .mo files need to be compiled before
> packaging, so I'm not sure this should be a problem).
> As a side note, should the .pot (translation template) be included in
> the binary package? It is currently not.
> When running debc nautilus-image-manipulator_0.2-1_i386.changes I get
> the following line (it's in French but I know you understand it;) )
> nouveau paquet Debian, version 2.0.
> Which means "new Debian package, version 2.0."
> For my understanding, shouldn't it say version 3? Isn't that related
> to the value set in the debian/source/format file?
> Thanks for your efforts,
>  http://lists.debian.org/debian-mentors/2011/03/msg00384.html