Re: RFS: python-urwid - Console UI Library for Python
Paul Wise wrote:
On Sat, 2006-04-22 at 12:03 -0400, Ian Ward wrote:
What is the source code for tutorial.html? Debian requires source code
where it exists (see the DFSG/social contract). Perhaps you could
release 0.9.3.1 with the source code for tutorial.html (and
reference.html if it has source). Preferably, the setup.py should build
these from their source.
I've never tried using setup.py to generate documentation. Could you
point me to an example of a module that does this?
The script that generates the tutorial has an external dependency:
another module I've written called "templayer". If the doc source files
are included, would all users installing Urwid have to get templayer and
build the docs as part of the install? It would seem more reasonable
to add templayer to the build-depends and include the pre-built docs
with the standard package.
Let me know if I should submit templayer for inclusion.
For 0.9.3, feel free to drop the docs for now since they are not
DFSG-Free until we get these source-building issues sorted out.
When I do make a new release, does debian-python need any kind of
Nope, just the maintainer(s). If you use freshmeat, we can subscribe to
the freshmeat releases.
That works. It's registered as python-urwid in freshmeat.