[pkg-wine-party] Please push to jessie-backports
jre.winesim at gmail.com
Tue May 24 15:21:24 UTC 2016
On 05/24/2016 12:48 PM, Stephen Kitt wrote:
> Hi Jens,
> Le 23/05/2016 14:07, Jens Reyer a écrit :
>> finally a new upload for backports, I hope you find time for it. Please
>> build from above commit with "-v1.8-2" and upload to jessie-backports.
> It's on its way to the archive, thanks!
Thanks a lot Stephen!
> As far as the Lintian warnings go, I think it's appropriate to verify
> jessie-backports uploads using the stable version of Lintian, which
> shouldn't complain about any of the issues raised here.
Good point, if in doubt I'll go by that version. Indeed this helps in
judging the lintian hints, e.g. the unstripped .comments sections. But I
can't use that as no-brainer to be happy with the package quality,
because new (old) lintian warnings pop up then.
Short version: no changes required.
W: wine source: newer-standards-version 3.9.8 (current is 3.9.6)
backports.d.o tells us to just ignore this.
W: libwine: postinst-has-useless-call-to-ldconfig
W: libwine: postrm-has-useless-call-to-ldconfig
lintian 2.5.44 replaced them with:
debhelper 9.20151004 changed dh_makeshlibs to "Use a noawait trigger
to invoke ldconfig rather maintscripts.", which leads to the current
So all in all, debhelper bug #204975 is not fixed, but this has only
minimal implications. I'll go for overriding the lintian tag for
current lintian and debhelper in the sid packaging, and ignore every
other instance of ldconfig tag.
I: * hyphen-used-as-minus-sign *
This tag was retired in lintian 2.5.32, because "nobody cares" and
e.g. "these days even upstream groff renders both - and \- as HYPHEN-
MINUS" (see #785353). Seems the change in groff was done in
1.20 (from 2010). So I leave that as it is, too.
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