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authorjoey <joey>2001-08-23 19:52:25 +0000
committerjoey <joey>2001-08-23 19:52:25 +0000
commit1f33258d1a687b64d7252fc144c2dd5530740272 (patch)
treee3fec3cd322240967f64df0b3dc7e533b4f4a067 /doc
parent23c8924fc90386d1a08061ff19ad7c0d01d6b2c1 (diff)
r487: * dh_movefiles: Typo, Closes: #106532
* Use -x to test for existance of init scripts, rather then -e since we'll be running them, Closes: #109692 * dh_clean: remove debian/*.debhelper. No need to name files specifically; any file matching that is a debhelper temp file. Closes: #106514, #85520
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@@ -40,10 +40,6 @@ Wishlist items:
* All programs should also make sure the files they install are owned by
root.root. Situation is currently the same as with permissions above, plus
dh_installchangelogs is fixed.
-* Need a way to make dh_strip not strip any static libs. Also, it'd be nice
- if there were options to dh_strip, dh_compress, etc, to allow inclusion of
- directories and exclusion of files based on filename globbing. (Request from
- Matthias Klose <doko@cs.tu-berlin.de>)
* Support use of environment variables in data taken from user, ie, in
debian/dirs. The problem with doing this is that we really want to allow
any filenames in that input, even those that look like environment
@@ -53,12 +49,10 @@ Wishlist items:
multiple commands call. One way to do this would be to write dh_cache,
that generates the cache. The catch is that if the user runs that program,
they are stating that they don't do anything later to invalidate the cache,
- without calling ch_cache again. (#23792)
+ without calling dh_cache again. (#23792)
* Add a switch to dh_installdeb to allow it to do user defined
substitutions. OTOH, maybe it's better if people just sed
postinst.in before debhelper gets it's hands on it... (#25235)
-* objdump -p can get the soname of a library, try using that in dh_shlibs
- instead of parsing filenames.
Deprecated: