Bug#44248: marked as done (this package is not native)
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Subject: this package is not native
Version: debian unstable as of 4 Sep 99
It seems that dstooltk is not really a debian native package; examination
of the copyright file shows that the sources for it were obtained from
elsewhere, not written by a debian developer. And yet, in the debian
archive, there is only a dstooltk.tar.gz, not a dstooltk.orig.tar.gz.
Any package that's not a native package is supposed to have a .orig.tar.gz
file and an accompanying .diff.gz file that contains any debian changes.
(See section 3.3 of the policy manual for details.) This has a number of
benefits, including letting people see what changes were made for debian,
and making it easy to apply those changes to new upstream versions of the
Please download the pristine upstream source of dstooltk, and use it to
create a .orig.tar.gz file, and then rebuild your package with
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Subject: Bug#44248: fixed in dstooltk 2.0-5
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We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
dstooltk, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:
A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is
Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed. If you
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Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 14:25:08 +0200
Binary: dstooltk-dev dstooltk
Architecture: source i386
Maintainer: Debian QA Group <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Changed-By: Matej Vela <email@example.com>
dstooltk - Dynamical System Toolkit
dstooltk-dev - Dynamical System Toolkit development files
dstooltk (2.0-5) unstable; urgency=low
* QA upload.
* Built as a non-native package. Closes: #44248.
* src/utilities/file_util.c: Call fclose() only if the file is actually
open. Fixes a segfault when printing to file.
* Converted to debhelper.
* Packaged the my_dstool framework as dstooltk-dev (not much point in
splitting up further: -data and -source would be ~50 KB each).
* Completed the FHS transition:
/usr/lib/dstooltk/bin/$ARCH -> /usr/lib/dstooltk/$ARCH
/usr/lib/dstooltk/help -> /usr/share/dstooltk/help
/usr/lib/dstooltk/oogl -> /usr/share/dstooltk/oogl
/usr/lib/dstooltk/tcl -> /usr/share/dstooltk/tcl
/usr/lib/dstooltk/src -> /usr/src/dstooltk/src
- Set DSTOOL to /usr/share/dstooltk, with symlinks to the rest.
- Set ARCH to the GNU system type rather than `linux', allowing users
to share a my_dstool tree across architectures.
* Updated the description to reflect that dstool and dstool-doc have
been removed from the archive.
* Changed priority to extra, catching up with the override file.
* Added menu support.
* Compiled with tk8.3.
* config/Makedefs.debian: Set MKDIRHIER to `mkdir -p', removing xutils
from build dependencies.
* debian/rules: Determine USER and HOST from debian/changelog to avoid
bogus version information with autobuilders.
* debian/copyright: Add upstream URL.
* debian/changelog: Remove obsolete Emacs local variables.
* Conforms to Standards version 3.5.6.
ec5bf2a5ab8d106fb5b128af898a54f9 587 math extra dstooltk_2.0-5.dsc
4293d3669b02f2a400f8a7c9dc179e8f 346141 math extra dstooltk_2.0.orig.tar.gz
ba99d1fd225403e10a7fad1d967b9a83 8397 math extra dstooltk_2.0-5.diff.gz
5ea24b516384d66ba6fa86fd848dd70a 220660 math extra dstooltk_2.0-5_i386.deb
25f3ac874f979123eba1f37214abc901 279544 devel extra dstooltk-dev_2.0-5_i386.deb
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