Bug#25910: marked as done (xanim: source includes cinepak, etc modules)
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From: Joey Hess <email@example.com>
Subject: xanim: source includes cinepak, etc modules
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The source appears to include dotofiles.tgz, that contains all 3 modules. It
also contains xa2.0_cvid_linuxELF.o and xa2.0_iv32_linuxELF.o and
xa1.0_cyuv_linuxELF.o right in the .orig.tar.gz file. Since make clean
deletes them, if you run debian/rules clean binary, you get an xanim that's
legal, if you run debian/rules binary right after unpacking, you get one
linked with the modules.
If we can't distribute them, they shouldn't be in the source tarball. If we
can distribute them, debian/README.Debian is incorrect.
-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.0
Kernel Version: Linux kite 2.1.115 #2 Fri Aug 7 23:02:26 PDT 1998 i586 unknown
Versions of the packages xanim depends on: