Re: python-social-auth 0.2.19-1 review
Dmitry and Michael,
On 24 May 2016 at 07:08, Tiago Ilieve <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thinking about this, the best solution seems to be drop the patch and
> remove the "site/" folder, repacking it as a DSFG-compatible tarball.
> But if there isn't a strictly legal requirement (e.g. to include
> sources for files that aren't distributed in binary form), I'm not
> sure this worth the effort.
At first I thought this would be hard, but following the example
from "python-docutils" proved to be quite straightforward. I've
pushed the changes, but there are two related things that I didn't
figured how to do properly:
- Commit the repackaged tarball contents in the "upstream" branch and
create a tag named with "+dfsg" suffix. Is "gbp import-orig" able to
do this by itself?
- Add "pristine-tar" data for the repackaged tarball. This could
probably be done when solving the previous question.
If you guys can kindly take a look, I'd appreciate.
Tiago "Myhro" Ilieve
Montes Claros - MG, Brasil