Bug#657393: RFS: skstream/0.3.6-1 [ITA] -- IOStream C++ socket Library
On 01/27/2012 07:09 PM, Jakub Wilk wrote:
> * Stephen M. Webb <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 2012-01-27, 18:20:
>> * debian/rules: add --with autoreconf to regenerate autoconfigury
> A typo, though I'm not sure which word you had in mind. :P
I don't see the typo. I added "--with autoreconf" to regenerate the
autoconfigury (config.guess, config.sub, aclocal.m4, ltmain.sh,
libtools, etc). It's all terminology I've used on other projects. Is
there a preferred way to phrase this on Debian?
>> * debian/control: tweaked for multi-arch
> Could you be more explicit about how it was tweaked?
> BTW, you could add "Multi-Arch: same" field to all 3 packages, so that
> there's an actual benefit from installing stuff into multi-arch
> directories. :)
I did the minimum necessary to go to debhelper compat level 9. Do you
suggest it's better to go whole-enchilada multi-arch? I'm not
anticipating bi-arch installs or cross-builds, but I guess it doesn't
really hurt. I'm just less familiar with the consequences of multi-arch
so I was being conservative.
> I see test failures in my build log:
Me too. The tests rely on manually configuring the OS is a specific,
non-standard way. Should I just disable the test targets during the
build to reduce the noise?
Stephen M. Webb <email@example.com>