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Bug#835253: marked as done (RFS: steghide/0.5.1-11 [QA])

Your message dated Mon, 10 Oct 2016 07:00:53 +0000 (UTC)
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and subject line Re: Bug#835253: RFS: steghide/0.5.1-11 [QA]
has caused the Debian Bug report #835253,
regarding RFS: steghide/0.5.1-11 [QA]
to be marked as done.

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Package: sponsorship-requests
Severity: normal

Dear mentors,

  I am looking for a sponsor for the package "steghide"

 * Package name    : steghide
   Version         : 0.5.1-11
   Upstream Author : Stefan Hetzl <shetzl@teleweb.at>
 * URL             : http://steghide.sourceforge.net/
 * License         : GPL
   Section         : misc

  It builds those binary package:

    steghide   - A steganography hiding tool

  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 https://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/s/steghide/steghide_0.5.1-11.dsc

  Changes since the last upload:
  * QA upload.

  [ Aurelien Jarno ]
  * debian/rules: added dh_autotools-dev_updateconfig and
    dh_autotools-dev_restoreconfig to fix FTBFS on new architectures
    such as arm64 and ppc64el. Closes: #759453

   Fernando Seiti Furusato

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Hi Fernando, sorry for taking long to reply!

>I tried to to that. But then I had to add doxygen as a build-dep.

corect, and I moved it to Build-Depends-indep, to avoid it being picked
up by every architecture instead of only arch:all builders
(I tried a dpkg-buildpackage -B on ppc64el and it worked without it)

>Corrected that.


>Well, I just used the same commands, just not the make install part.

I see, I changed it to be this way:
-       rm -f `pwd`/debian/steghide/usr/share/doc/steghide/INSTALL
-       rm -f `pwd`/debian/steghide/usr/share/doc/steghide/INSTALL.gz
-       rm -f `pwd`/debian/steghide/usr/share/doc/steghide/COPYING
-       rm -f `pwd`/debian/steghide/usr/share/doc/steghide/COPYING.gz
+       rm -f $(CURDIR)/debian/steghide/usr/share/doc/steghide/INSTALL
+       rm -f $(CURDIR)/debian/steghide/usr/share/doc/steghide/INSTALL.gz
+       rm -f $(CURDIR)/debian/steghide/usr/share/doc/steghide/COPYING
+       rm -f $(CURDIR)/debian/steghide/usr/share/doc/steghide/COPYING.gz

and removed that dh_auto_install at the begin of dh_install
(when dh_install starts, auto_install is already finished, and recalling it
is a no-op or a bug, I don't remember :) )
>I talked to Breno last week, he said he might not have time to do this
>and it would
>be fine if you sponsored this one.

fine by me

>If you could take a look I would appreciate.
>It can be found at the same place:

I sponsored it in deferred/5, after doing some more changes (sorry, but I couldn't resist)
-    - Bumped compat level to 9
+    - Bumped compat level to 10
+      this adds with --with-autoreconf to update config.{guess,sub}
+      and fix FTBFS on architectures such as ppc64el.
+      Closes: #759453, #535842

compat level 10 is awesome (and I'm trying it for my first time)

dh_autoreconf is a dependency now, so it can be dropped from build-dependencies, as well
as the --with-autoreconf.

debian/dirs was useless, seems usr/bin is correctly created.

Other stuff was good enough for me,
(I also had to change the doc description, to avoid a "duplicate long description lintian warning)

Other config.sub and config.guess warnings seems harmless, since I tried a ppc64el porterbox

I'm attaching the debdiff on top of your changes, the one sponsored on ftpmaster.
You can also grab the file from there

Last things (for a future upload) seems to be:
1) autoreconf foreign patch.
I remember some rules export that pass --foreign to autoreconf, even if I can't remember
which one

2) hardening might be something nice to enable, but I didn't try it.



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