Hi Lionel, On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 09:43:24AM +0200, Lionel Debroux wrote: > tfdocgen is a simple HTML documentation generator, which supports a > Doxygen-like (but not Doxygen-compatible) syntax for C/C++ code, and > maybe other languages which supports /** */ comments, I haven't tried. > It was written by the previous maintainer over a decade ago, I have > barely modified it. The files it produces are packaged in the -dev packages.
Thank you for chiming in. So do you confirm that tfdocgen consumes only textual formats (source code with comment markup) and produces only textual formats (html) and that the behaviour and output is independent of the processor architecture being executed on? If so, the tfdocgen package meets the requirements for being marked Multi-Arch: foreign and should be thus marked. Any :native annotations on tfdocgen should be reverted in this case. You can confirm by sending the following paragraph to cont...@bugs.debian.org: reassign 930985 tfdocgen reassign 930986 tfdocgen reassign 930987 tfdocgen reassign 930988 tfdocgen forcemerge 930985 930986 930987 930988 retitle 930985 mark tfdocgen Multi-Arch: foreign tags 930985 = affects 930985 = src:libticables src:libticalcs src:libticonv src:libtifiles user debian-cr...@lists.debian.org usertags 930985 ftcbfs thanks Helmut