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Re: RFS: conque


 I have re uploaded a new version of this package.

 To access further information about this package, please visit the
 following URL:


 Alternatively, one can download the package with dget using this command:

 dget -x http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/c/conque/conque_2.3-1.dsc

I would be glad if someone uploaded this package for me.

>>> "Paragraph separators (empty lines) and lines consisting only of spaces
>>> and tabs are not allowed within field values or between fields. Empty lines
>>> in field values are usually escaped by representing them by a space followed
>>> by a dot."
> Regarding debian/copyright:
> - As implied above, the correct way of dealing with newlines in the license
> text is not to remove them (because that makes the text a single logical
> line), but to escape them. Also you removed even newlines between
> paragraphs...
> - You don't need to put information about copyright holders in the License
> field. This is what the Copyright field is for.
> - You could avoid repeating the whole license text multiple times by using
> an stand-alone license paragraph.
>> W: vim-conqueterm:
>> virtual-package-depends-without-real-package-depends depends:
>> vim-python
> Well, why didn't you follow the lintian advice of using a real package as
> the first alternative to the virtual package?
> I see that you asked for a review at debian-l10n-english, but your long
> description isn't what Justin proposed. In fact, it still contains a
> reference to Powershell, to which I objected to previously.
Now the package description reads
Description: plugin for running interactive commands in a Vim buffer
 This package is a Vim Plugin which allows you to run interactive programs,such
 as bash or dash on Gnu/Linux, inside a vim buffer. In other words it is a
 terminal emulator which uses a Vim buffer to display the program output.

> Please use 2.3-1 as version number.

> Python modules should by byte-compiled at installation time. Please see
> Debian Python Policy 3.1.1 for details.
DONE, also prerm removes all pyc files thus generated (I verified it).

lintian --print-version

Lintian errors/warnings:
lintian -IiE --pedantic conque_2.3-1_i386.changes vim-conqueterm_2.3-1_all.deb
P: vim-conqueterm: no-upstream-changelog
Upstream has no changelog .. and after a LONG time, this is the only
message lintian is generating.
This time i am hoping things are A.O.K.

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