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authorJoey Hess <joey@kitenet.net>2011-07-19 23:20:08 -0400
committerJoey Hess <joey@kitenet.net>2011-07-19 23:24:52 -0400
commit6693ccf9146d8d9bb29e99276f6e30af3eab02c2 (patch)
tree2552f11781f768c6c85a991d8202e9fc5869b06c /dh
parentd63e08f7ced8f182355038c52babf2f99014f04b (diff)
doc tweak re target dependencies
If a rules file has a custom install or binary target, those targets still need to explicitly depend on the build target. Unless dh is used in such a target (which it probably is of course). It's not possible to avoid the need for those dependencies. A rules file with a hand-written binary target simply does not run dh, so dh can do nothing to help it run the build target. Reword the docs to not give the wrong impression that dh somehow magically makes that work.
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@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@ B<build-indep>.
Note that in the example above, dh will arrange for "debian/rules build"
to call your build-indep and build-arch targets. You do not need to
-explicitly define the dependencies in the rules file when using dh with
+explicitly define those dependencies in the rules file when using dh with
compatibility level v9. This example would be more complicated with
earlier compatibility levels.