[Pkg-iscsi-maintainers] dh(1)-based packaging pushed to unstable, signed my old git tags

Christian Seiler christian at iwakd.de
Tue May 12 10:55:42 UTC 2015

Am 2015-05-12 11:15, schrieb Ritesh Raj Sarraf:
> On Sunday 03 May 2015 05:01 AM, Christian Seiler wrote:
>>> Yes. We should transition to the newer tools.
>> 3. I've completely rewritten debian/rules to use dh(1) instead of 
>> manual
>> calls to dh_*. Also, I'm now using debian/*.install instead of 
>> manual
>> calls to install in the rules file. This simplifies things quite a 
>> bit,
>> since one now doesn't have to check if we are building against an 
>> arch
>> that supports udebs or not (debhelper does that for us).
> I just pulled in the changes and had a look. Wow.. That's a lot of
> clean-up you've done. :-)
> Let's get this into Unstable asap, so that users can use any report
> bugs, if any.

Great. I'll have a look at the bug report you mentioned in your other
email and see if that's still relevant - and then I also had a minor
other change I'd like to push to unstable.

Once I'm done with that (I'm busy during the day, so I'll get to that
in the evening) I'll push that (together with updated debian/changelog)
to alioth and notify you, then you can check it for a final time before
uploading it.

Once it's built on all archs in unstable (especially the 4 archs where
udebs hadn't been generated previously), I'll ask the release team for
a stable-propsed-updates approval with just minimal changes, which you
can then upload once they approved it (I expect they will due to the
nature of the issue).

Sound good?


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