r14761 - in /trunk/libterm-readline-gnu-perl: ./ Gnu/ debian/ debian/patches/
ntyni at debian.org
Tue Feb 12 06:46:43 UTC 2008
On Mon, Feb 11, 2008 at 01:38:07PM -0000, tincho-guest at users.alioth.debian.org wrote:
> * debian/rules:
> - removed shebang corrections (moved to patch)
- find $(DOCDIR)/examples -type f -print0 | xargs --null --no-run-if-empty \
- $(PERL) -i -pe '$$_ = "#!/usr/bin/perl$$1\n" if m|^#!.*/perl(.*)$$|;'
I'm a bit curious as to the rationale of this. It seems to me that fixing
the perl path at build time in all the example files is more robust wrt.
upstream changes (file additions / removals) than patching each of them
separately with quilt.
In fact, I'd probably have made the opposite change if I had to
touch fix_shebang.patch when upgrading the upstream version...
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