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Bug#663916: New phonetisaurus package available

* Giulio Paci <giuliopaci@gmail.com>, 2012-10-13, 15:54:
How can I set Built-Using field? Should I set it by hand? Is it possible to set it automatically?

Value of this field must be generated at build time. Unfortunately, there are currently no convenient tools to help you with this task; see bug #689062. In the mean time, you can take a look at how other packages do it:

$ grep-aptavail -F Built-Using . -s Source:Package -n | sort -u
binutils-mingw-w64 (2)
debian-installer (20120930)
gcc-mingw-w64 (7)
gdb-mingw-w64 (5)
nvidia-graphics-modules (304.48+2)

Can you point some reference that will help me understanding what will happen when new releases of libsparsehash-dev will be released (and phonetisaurus will need recompilation)?

Nothing will happen automatically. But if someone (you, or sparsehash maintainer, or somebody else) decides it would be beneficial to rebuild phonetisaurus against new sparsehash, they can ask the Release Team to schedule binNMUs, i.e. recompilation without source changes. See also:

Now looking again at the copyright file:

Files: src/3rdparty/utf8/* src/3rdparty/utf8.h

The directory has been renamed, please update it.

License: MIT-like

The license UTF8-CPP uses is commonly know as Boost Software License, Version 1.0, so a short name like "BSL-1.0" or "Boost-1.0" might be better here.

Files: src/3rdparty/google/*

This directory has been renamed, too.

Jakub Wilk

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