thanks a lot for your advice, it helped me a lot.
Op woensdag 01 april 2009 00:12:42 schreef Piotr Pokora:
Richard Bos writes:
Use tar.gz upstream tarballs. You shouldn't have problems with Debian
Lenny and Ubuntu 8.10.
That's the problem, there are no upstream tarballs hence I need to come
with the code.
I wonder, maybe this is even better?
You can create directories and subdirectories and tar.gz'em all.
That's not the way to go I think; the package build process should be used to
create the directory structure.
-m 644 icons/$D/inkomstenbelasting.png
Create debian.PACKAGENAME.install file if those are provided by
What will this do?
dh_install command installs all files which are listed in
So, all you have to do, is to add dh_install to rules file.
*If* you want to use .install routines.
In rules file (it's only Makefile anyway):
Or you can just copy all files in `debian/rules install`.
That's what I did.
Take a look how PHP (and extensions) packages are
built for example.
I had a look at a php package that copied the files in the debian/rules files
and that helped a lot.
In the meantime I have successfully build a deb package :)
Thank you Piotr, Carsten and Paul!
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