Re: RFS: hashalot
On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 02:30:51PM +0200, Jakub Wilk wrote:
> * Adam Borowski <email@example.com>, 2011-07-26, 13:32:
> >I'd like to ask for a sponsor for an update to hashalot (a tool
> >needed by cryptsetup, obsolete nowadays but some folks still use
> >There's just one minor documentation fix, but I also nuked the whole
> >debian/rules replacing it with oh-so-long dh two liner.
> Did you verify that your new d/rules does everything that the old
> one did?
Yes, actually it does a bit more: the old one failed to install the upstream
I just checked that it cross-builds correctly too, dh is smart enough to
disable the testsuite on cross builds like the old d/rules did.
> Rather than "debhelper (>= 8.0.0)" I'd simply use "debhelper (>=
> 8)". That way the build-dependency will be satisfied by debhelper
> 8.0.0~bpo50+2, which is currently in backports/lenny.
Good point, did it and re-uploaded to mentors (same URL).
> You bumped debian/compat, bumped standards version, added Homepage
> field - none of these things are documented in the changelog.
I do believe that such entries are spam that is counterproductive and hides
* debian/compat is implied by migrating to dh
* updating standards is something every single sane sourceful upload does
(lintian screaming at people helps here)
* Homepage is just moving around stuff that used to be in debian/copyright
Thus, I'd prefer to avoid useless entries. Of course, if giving up on this
cosmetic issue would let me mooch an upload from you, I'll concede.
1KB // Yo momma uses IPv4!