Re: Help with my Debian package for Orange
On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 11:02 AM, Piotr Ożarowski <email@example.com> wrote:
> - remove "-svn" from source/binary package names and move it to version
> string, f.e. like this: 0.0.10870~svn-2 (if 0.0.10870 is not released
> yet) or 0.0.10870+svn-2 (if 0.0.10870 is already out)
> orange source&binary package is already available in Debian, so you
> will have to choose another name, though
Done. I chose python-orange and orange-canvas.
> - s/Description: D/Description: d/
> * in debian/changelog, replace "unstable" with UNRELEASED or your own
> suit name, use unstable only for uploads to official Debian archive
> * *.install files: s/site-packages/*-packages/
> * debian/rules:
> - is orange.pth really needed?
Yes, because orange directory is not a module, but just contains many
other files, among them orange.so which you want to import with
> - bash is not really needed to run /usr/bin/orange, please use /bin/sh
> - replace:
> dh_python2 -p$@ /usr/lib/python$(DEFAULT_PYTHON)/site-packages/orange/
> dh_python2 -p$@
Package is not compiled without it. But I have changed path to dist-packages.
> - extension is not build for all supported Python versions
This was my initial problem why I have turned to this mailing list.
And also lintian complains about me changins ld.so.conf. (What is
required because orange.so loads some other libraries from the same
dir and I do not want to use rpath.)
How can I fix this two problems?
I will not yet use "dh" as it looks too magical for me for now. I
would like to understand what is happening. And first have a working
package. Then I can play with cleaning it up. Or would it be easier to
just let dh do everything? I doubt it can be magical enough.