op-panel and libswl-perl
anderson at netsweng.com
Mon Jun 19 20:23:43 UTC 2006
On Sat, 17 Jun 2006, Kilian Krause wrote:
> Stuart, feel free to comment on the updates I have done to your -5
> packaging. It still runs configure in the clean target for some reason I
> haven't yet found, but all the rest should be ok.
Thanks for the further explanation (in another message). I think I see what's
going on now.
I debdiff'd the packages and it looks like there is more out of sync than
possibly intended. Aside from the .orig.tar.gz files being slightly different
(there was an update to that file for the -5 package, I know that such a
thing is unusual, but in this case, it was the correct thing to do). Also,
the changes to clean seems to leave more things in your diff file that I don't
think need to be there (mostly the autofoo related files).
There are some additional, unusual dependencies in the makefiles because
ming doesn't really use the autofoo stuff everywhere like most other projects.
So far, it's just used to set up a Make.config file, which gets included in
most of the other makefiles. This Make.config file has dependencies that
sometimes trigger the running of configure, even if you are trying to just
do a "make clean". Invoking the 'clean' target in debian/rules multiple times
causes "make clean" to get executed after "make distclean", which removes the
files that Make.config depends on (which triggers the execution of ./configure).
I don't think this happens normally, and if it does, I'm pretty sure it doesn't
hurt anything, and doesn't take very long. Is some tool or builder causing
this to show up?
Other than the changes to the 'clean' target in the rules file, I don't see
anything else that isn't a side effect of that change.
Stuart R. Anderson anderson at netsweng.com
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