Packaging Questions, New Debian Package, Packagers Guide
fgouget at free.fr
Tue Nov 23 12:14:00 CST 2004
On Tue, 23 Nov 2004, Mike Hearn wrote:
> Cool! While you're at it could you please combine them altogether so the
> packaging matches the upstream sources? Last time I checked the Debian
> packages were split into tons of little packages which is wrong and led to
> strange breakages. Just one package with everything installed by "make
> install" in the sources would be great.
Having lots of packages is the Debian way. So I see nothing wrong with
having wine, libwine, libwine-dev, wine-doc, libwine-alsa, libwine-arts,
libwine-capi, libwine-cil, libwine-jack, libwine-nas, libwine-twain.
To those surprised by the -(alsa,arts,...) packages, this matches the
xmms-(alsa,arts,...) packages. So there's nothing exceptional here.
I'm not sure about libwine-print. It pretty much only contains
wineps.dll. I guess this is partly because of the CUPS dependency.
Also the wine-util package contains tools that I think belong to
libwine-dev, especially winedbg, winedump and winemaker.
Francois Gouget fgouget at free.fr http://fgouget.free.fr/
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