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* use package.el magic to find the lisp fileDavid Bremner2015-07-11
| | | | | Since the whole point of this package is to simplify other packages, try to set a good example.
* make package arch all, rather than arch any.David Bremner2015-07-11
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* make dh_elpa actually work with an installed elisp file.David Bremner2015-07-11
| | | | | This is not the most elegant solution in the world, but impovements only need to change this package's debian/rules.
* add autoload cookies.David Bremner2015-07-11
| | | | Not sure this is really useful, but I guess it doesn't hurt.
* inhibit backupsDavid Bremner2015-07-11
| | | | I guess this is a bug in the package.el I borrowed this code from.
* fix copyright verbiageDavid Bremner2015-07-11
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* add minimal debian packagingDavid Bremner2015-07-11
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* start a simple wrapperDavid Bremner2015-07-11
| | | | | Scripts using emacs lisp require wizard level hackishness to get execed. Let's do things the simple way.
* add single file batch installer functionDavid Bremner2015-07-11
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* install from buffer functionDavid Bremner2015-07-11
| | | | just grab the package.el version, and add directory parameter
* customize unpack functionDavid Bremner2015-07-11
| | | | | - don't compile or activate package - take destination directory as a parameter
* add more copyright info.David Bremner2015-07-11
| | | | credit where credit is due.
* dh-elpa: initial chicken scratchings in the dirtDavid Bremner2015-07-11
One function "borrowed" from package.el. We don't want to rely on the private (seeming) API, and anyway it's easier to modify certain aspects, like byte compiling.