Bug#905750: RFS: elpy/1.23.0-1
> > For your wishlist/TODO:
> > * Please fix "wrong-section-according-to-package-name" on your next
> > upload (or otherwise fix Lintian).
> This is currently an Informational level message. When it was a
> Warning I declared Section: lisp, even though I do not believe that
> this is accurate.
> Re: fixing Lintian, this will require a discussion and a more clear
> definition of Section: lisp. Most Emacs modes should probably be in
> Section: editors, because they are interactive extensions to an
> editor. Magit is definitely in the right section eg: vcs. Emacs
> packages that enable IDE modes should be in Section: devel.
> Section: lisp should be reserved for libraries like dash-el.
> > * You should probably avoid building the documentation too if the
> > nodocs build profile is enabled.
> I've added it to my TODO and will start learning about how to do
> > * gzip -9 might need to be gzip -9n for a reproducible build
> > (unchecked) but I'm surprised it's not compressed by another tool
> > too (unchecked).
> Thank you for pointing this out. I've reverted @commit:9095c18
> because README.rst is only 2.8k and dh_compress already does the
> right thing automatically; that is to say, README.rst is not
> "larger than 4k in size" and should not be compressed.
That's not what I was talking about, ie. "reproducibility".
> On the topic of reproducibility, generating an info page made Elpy
> This will take time to look into. Possibilities are:
> 1) sphinx-build is at fault
> 2) makeinfo is at fault
> 3) something is missing how I'm using 1 and/or 2.
> - if this is the case then it's also a case of incomplete
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