On Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 11:13:08PM +0900, email@example.com wrote: > Hi all, > > I am working on #757464 "ruby-gnome2: Please provide rubygem meta-information". > > As first step, I converted from debian/build to dh_ruby (see attached patch). > AFAICS it builds same packages compared with using debian/build, > but I think that "export make" and override_dh_auto_install are bit dirty trick. > Any idea to clean up this? > > Then, it does not generate gemspecs yet. > Because upstream tarball does not provide any gemspecs. > > * Request upstream to provide gemspecs. > * Generate gemspecs by some own scripts. > > Which approach I should do? I think the Rakefile in each submodule should have a task that can be called to write the gemspec to the current directory, e.g. `rake gemspec`. See the attached patch, you will want to send that upstream. then you would call `rake gemspec` for each module on override_dh_auto_build, and clean them up in override_dh_auto_clean. Something like this: MODULES = $(grep-dctrl -n -s X-DhRuby-Root '' debian/control) override_dh_auto_build: for mod in $(MODULES); do (cd $$mod && rake gemspec); done dh_auto_build override_dh_auto_clean: for mod in $(MODULES); do (cd $$mod && rm -f *.gemspec); done dh_auto_clean With this, it should all Just Work™.
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