[Pkg-lirc-maint] lirc modules selection question

Stephen Gran sgran at debian.org
Mon Nov 13 22:52:03 CET 2006

Hello all,

A couple of questions:

Do we want to ship an lirc-modules-${kvers} binary package?
  I've never done this, but it doesn't look that difficult.  It seems
  like it would be reasonably nice for users.

Why does the modules-source package only default to building a few
modules?  Do others often FTBFS?

Related to the previous question:
If I just say "oh, go on, build them all", can I ditch this giant
infrastructure for passing around CFLAGS and such?   I'm just not seeing
the utility of it right now.  Or am I missing something obvious?  Any
counter arguments?  Did a bug submitter previously only want to build
their one single module and have it all perfectly debconfized?  Is that
a valid use case?  Will I ever stop asking questions?

OK, enough silliness.  Sorry,
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