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Bug#689500: RFS: python-eventlib/0.1.0-1

(I don't intend to sponsor this package.)

* Daniel Pocock <daniel@pocock.com.au>, 2012-10-03, 12:23:

lintian reports:

I: python-eventlib source: debian-watch-file-is-missing
P: python-eventlib: no-upstream-changelog
I: python-eventlib: description-synopsis-might-not-be-phrased-properly

Furthermore, lintian4python reports:

i: python-eventlib source: debian-pycompat-is-obsolete
e: python-eventlib: except-shadows-builtin usr/share/pyshared/eventlib/db_pool.py:175: ValueError
e: python-eventlib: except-shadows-builtin usr/share/pyshared/eventlib/httpd.py:497: ValueError
e: python-eventlib: string-exception usr/share/pyshared/eventlib/saranwrap.py:654

(+ a bunch of pyflakes-* tags, most of which are likely either false positives or not worth caring.)

The copyright file is not policy-compliant. Please see:
Worse, it doesn't seem to be factually correct either. It says "LGPL-2", whereas e.g. setup.py says "MIT License".

I'd use "debhelper (>= 8)" instead of "debhelper (>= 8.0.0)".

The versioned build-dependency on python-all is insufficent; as per dh_python2 manpage it should be at least >= 2.6.6-3~.

Current standards version is 3.9.4.

What is the purpose of "Conflicts: python-eventlet"?

Out of curiosity, why do you remove dist and MANIFEST in the clean target?

Upstream seems to provide a test suite. Please run it at build time.

Upstream provides some examples. It might be worth including the in the binary package.

Jakub Wilk

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