Not sure if fixing it by renaming the files is what you want to do. I have such a warning in xinetd and honestly I just ignore it because I don't think that renaming scripts after they have been there for many years is a good idea. Besides that's the upstream name so that's how they will be probably called in other distributions too I guess. In data domenica 9 marzo 2014 19:52:04, Daniel Lintott ha scritto: > Hi, > > I am in the process packaging Net::Frame::Device > (libnet-frame-device-perl) as part of a the fix to a bug. > > Net::Frame::Device includes two scripts that are installed to /usr/bin, > but both have .pl extensions therefore giving me a Lintian warning. > > My initial thought on fixing this is to rename the files by overriding > dh_auto_install in debian/rules... but I'm struggling to find out how to > do this without explicitly writing the file names, which wouldn't > accommodate new files in future releases. > > So far I've got the following: > > PACKAGE = $(shell dh_listpackages) > TMP = $(CURDIR)/debian/$(PACKAGE) > > <SNIP> > find $(TMP)/usr/bin -name '*.pl' > > Which does identify the files correctly... I'm just not sure where to go > from here! > > My second thought.. was to relocate the files to e.g > /usr/share/$(PACKAGE) and then provide symlinks in /usr/bin, but this > perhaps seems to more work than necessary > > Cheers, > Daniel Lintott -- Salvo Tomaselli "Io non mi sento obbligato a credere che lo stesso Dio che ci ha dotato di senso, ragione ed intelletto intendesse che noi ne facessimo a meno." -- Galileo Galilei http://ltworf.github.io/ltworf/
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