Re: RFS: policyd-weight (3rd)
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On 06.01.2012 21:24, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> a) it's ok that the files reside in the debian directory ?
> b) I missed a "dh_clean" (or pedant) somewhere ?
> c) I have to delete those manually?
I didn't actually try your source package, but it looks feasible. These
files are created by a regular build process and entirely typical for a
debhelper based workflow. Every temporary file in debian YOU don't
create during build but debhelper is being cleaned by dh_clean. So, as
long as you call dh_clean in your clean target, you do not need to worry
You will find them after every build attempt of your binary packages. As
long as they do not appear in the resulting source package (which they
won't, if you made everything right), all is good.
Clean the build tree manually if you're worried about them (e.g. call
"fakeroot debian/rules clean"). dpkg-buildpackage will do so
automatically prior to build your package.
with kind regards,
IRC: daemonkeeper on Freenode/OFTC
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