Karl E. Jorgensen wrote:|
> On Mon, May 21, 2007 at 11:22:35PM +0300, Jabka Atu wrote:
> God aften!
***though to my self : it is time to learn Norwegian or other Nordic
>> i've started reading
>> [URL="" class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="http://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-maintainerscripts.html">"http://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-maintainerscripts.html"]this
>> manual[/URL] to understand how to create better packages for
>> debian so i have created a small package that i call
>> [URL="" class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="http://downloads.sourceforge.net/scex/klthemes_1.0_all.deb?use_mirror=osdn">"http://downloads.sourceforge.net/scex/klthemes_1.0_all.deb?use_mirror=osdn"]klthemes[/URL]
>> so here is the control file : [CODE] Source: klthemes Section:
>> contrib Priority: extra Maintainer: Jabka Atu
>> Package: klthemes Architecture: all Depends: Description:
>> Collection of kdm themes collected from kde-look.org by Jabka Atu
>> include the next themes: hardDrive, Debian Orange, Technodream,
>> daemonic-smegma_1.0, devil, yellowrose,
>> sidux-highway,optical scanning 2007, KdmLinux, Kubuntu KDM Gears
>> (tux)[/CODE] Summary: collection of kdm themes
>> all nice and good but i need little help :
>> 1.from some reason instead of using one line for summary and more
>> for description all went to summry.
> The first line (i.e. the bit following "Description:") is the
> package summary. This is a one-liner that dpkg, apt, aptitude and
> others will display when showing package lists etc.
> The more verbose description should be on *subsequent* lines,
> indented by *one* space, i.e. like this:
> Descripiton: Collection of kdm themes Themes collected from
> kde-look.org by Jabka Atu include the next themes: hardDrive,
> Debian Orange, Technodream, daemonic-smegma_1.0, devil, yellowrose,
> sidux-highway,optical scanning 2007, KdmLinux, Kubuntu KDM Gears
> Note the indentation. Also note that the summary (the indented bit)
> will not always be shown under the one-liner description: it has to
> make sense on its own. All of this is available at:
>> 2.i need to add depends: kdetheme and some how to make it
>> install it if it isn't allready installed: i understand that i
>> need to use preinst script could you please provide an example
>> for example if i have foo dependency how would my preinst will be
> That is not the purpose of a preinst script. The package does not
> concern itself with getting its dependencies installed (this is the
> job of the package manage system). Instead you need to communicate
> your dependency on them to the package management system.
> What you need is a line like this:
> Depends: kdetheme
> For the full gory details, see
> Hope this helps
Tusen takk ,..
*i hope i didn't made a spelling error.
or in plain IRC : 10q mate
Could you at least use man ?
Jabka Atu (aka mha13/Mashrom Head)