[Pkg-fonts-devel] Fwd: RFS: fonts-johnsmith-induni
kamathvasudev at gmail.com
Sat Feb 19 18:40:29 UTC 2011
I've made the changes you mentioned and changed the release to
NOTRELEASED from unstable in changelog and commited changes to
pkg-fonts svn repository. The package is at
Can you please verify it.
Thanks and Regards
On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 6:22 PM, Vasudev Kamath <kamathvasudev at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 4:36 PM, Christian PERRIER <bubulle at debian.org> wrote:
>> Quoting Vasudev Kamath (kamathvasudev at gmail.com):
>>> > - the "Suggests" line carries things I consider useless...and some are
>>> > outdated packages:
>>> > Suggests: xserver-xfree86 | xserver | xfs, x-ttcidfont-conf
>>> Sure I'll fix this I was taking ttf-indic-fonts from Debian-in as
>>> reference. I'll fix this.
>> I think, indeed, that there should be no Suggests...
> Oh ok I'll remove it :)
>>> > - debian/rules could probably be a one-liner with debhelper 7
>>> I'm not sure about this point. Sorry this is my first font package and
>>> again I referred ttf-indic-fonts and ttf-freefont package rules to
>>> create my rules file. Can you please specify how I can fix this in my
>>> rules file?
>> It's quite some time since I'm prodding the debian-in folks to move
>> ttf-indic-fonts under pkg-fonts....and probably align the packaging
>> style with what we have for other fonts....:-)
> :) I'll talk with them since i'm also there in debian-in :)
>> Anyway. What's needed is basically add a debian/<package>.installl
>> file to have dh_install automagically cope with this:
>> dh_install -pfonts-johnsmith-induni ./IndUni-C/*.otf \
>> dh_install -pfonts-johnsmith-induni ./IndUni-H/*.otf \
>> dh_install -pfonts-johnsmith-induni ./IndUni-N/*.otf \
>> dh_install -pfonts-johnsmith-induni ./IndUni-P/*.otf \
>> dh_install -pfonts-johnsmith-induni ./IndUni-T/*.otf \
>> And then, change debian/rules to just:
>> #!/usr/bin/make -f
>> dh $@
> Sure I'll fix the rules file.
>> See examples in pkg-fonts SVN...(I just validated your request to join
>> the team). Are you subscribed to the mailing list?
> Ok thanks :) Yep I'm subscribed to this list. Do I've have svn access
> so I can upload package directly to pkg-fonts repo (I got access to
> svn repo after joining debian-in so asking :) ) or I need to reupload
> it to the mentors?
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> Thanks and Regards
> Vasudev Kamath
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