[pkg-fso-maint] FSO2 packaging

Rico Rommel rico at bierrommel.de
Thu Aug 11 07:42:57 UTC 2011

Am Donnerstag, 11. August 2011, 06:27:16 schrieb Sebastian Reichel:

>  * do not overwrite valid lintian warnings:
>   - fso-gsmd: binary-without-manpage usr/sbin/fsogsmd

OK, i will remove it.

>  * Instead of calling autogen + maintainer-clean we should use
>    dh-autoreconf
>  * I guess we should switch from cdbs to dh with compat level >= 8

Why not cdbs? We would just have to include autoreconf.mk.

>  * Why did you include patchsys-quilt?
>    Hint: the package is in "3.0 (quilt)" format

Without patchsys-quilt patches are not reverted by debian/rules clean. Is it 
the intention or maybe a bug?

>  * Since we're updating all packages anyway: should we introduce
>    multiarch?

Can somebody assists? Not everything in debians multiarch policy is clear to 

>  * It's enough to build the per device packages for the
>    device's architecture (armel)

This could be done. Are all supported devices armel? And how about armhf 

>  * All libs in /usr/lib should be in a libXYZ package and need a
>    stable API. So either we put libfsogsm into a new package
>    libfsogsm and take cares of its api OR we install it to another
>    location.
>    I think we should install it to /usr/lib/fso.

How about /usr/lib/cornucopia? This is default for plugins.
Should all fso-libs go there?

>  * please let's do another upload to experimental


Thanks for response

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