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authorJoey Hess <joey@gnu.kitenet.net>2009-09-04 16:50:49 -0400
committerJoey Hess <joey@gnu.kitenet.net>2009-09-04 16:50:49 -0400
commita243946176b92b5fafd84f43d5a455551cf27210 (patch)
tree843f96a23362676a098a5b06584c3525ecea383a /dh_install
parent6951ac79834dc1fe44b235d0863e282af2e08db0 (diff)
Add FILES sections to man pages. Closes: #545041
Diffstat (limited to 'dh_install')
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1 files changed, 16 insertions, 9 deletions
diff --git a/dh_install b/dh_install
index 292837b..875f80b 100755
--- a/dh_install
+++ b/dh_install
@@ -24,15 +24,6 @@ those particular tasks. dh_install, then, is useful for installing everything
else, for which no particular intelligence is needed. It is a replacement for
the old dh_movefiles command.
-Files named debian/package.install list the files to install into each
-package and the directory they should be installed to. The format is a set
-of lines, where each line lists a file or files to install, and at the end
-of the line tells the directory it should be installed in. The name of the
-files (or directories) to install should be given relative to the current
-directory, while the installation directory is given relative to the
-package build directory. You may use wildcards in the names of the files to
-install (in v3 mode and above).
-
This program may be used in one of two ways. If you just have a file or two
that the upstream Makefile does not install for you, you can run dh_install
on them to move them into place. On the other hand, maybe you have a large
@@ -44,6 +35,22 @@ From debhelper compatibility level 7 on, dh_install will fall back to
looking in debian/tmp for files, if it doesn't find them in the current
directory (or whereever you've told it to look using --sourcedir).
+=head1 FILES
+
+=over 4
+
+=item debian/I<package>.install
+
+List the files to install into each package and the directory they should be
+installed to. The format is a set of lines, where each line lists a file or
+files to install, and at the end of the line tells the directory it should be
+installed in. The name of the files (or directories) to install should be given
+relative to the current directory, while the installation directory is given
+relative to the package build directory. You may use wildcards in the names of
+the files to install (in v3 mode and above).
+
+=back
+
=head1 OPTIONS
=over 4