[Debian-olpc-devel] Review of sugar-sliderpuzzle-activity
ankur at seeta.in
Wed Aug 25 16:45:20 UTC 2010
HI jonas ,
Thanks for your quick reply.I was able to reimport the package.
Rreally appreciate your help and hope to continue learning from you :)
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 9:37 PM, Jonas Smedegaard <dr at jones.dk> wrote:
> Hi Ankur,
> On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 09:08:50PM +0530, Ankur Khurana wrote:
>> hi Luke and all,
>> Please reimport the tarball downloaded from download.sugarlabs.org,
>>> > rather than using your current repacked tarball. Repacking is not >
>>> needed when upstream provides proper tarballs. After you import the > new
>>> bz2 tarball, you may need to specify in debian/gbp.conf that > you're using
>>> bz2 tarballs as opposed to the default gz.
>> Well i am not exactly sure , but does that mean i just need to use
>> git-import-orig again and import the tarball again? Or are there some steps
>> to be followed.Well , what i was thinking is that you just import the
>> tarball you downloaded from sugarlabs, but then very simple things might not
>> be necessarily right . i will be very helpful if you can provide some
>> guidance here :).
> If the project have not yet been released to Debian, then yes, I believe it
> is as simple as running git-import-orig on top of the already imported
> tarball in the git.
> I recommend to use the CDBS features to handle upstream tarballs: Include
> upstream-tarball.mk, add variables about upstream location, and use the
> build target "get-orig-source" to fetch it.
> Recently I wrote about its use here:
> Try read that, and ask if it still does not make sense how to handle it.
> Kind regards,
> - Jonas
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