> Savvas, please would you compare yours with it, and if you have any
> suggestions/improvements on the packaging let me know about it so they
> can be merged?  Thanks

Hello! Here is a summary of changes:

- 0.3.0 is out :)
- You should have a debian/watch file - I didn't make one since I'm
based on git. Here's a suggestion:


(It works, but I don't know if it's correct, I'm not that good with
custom debian/watch files, e.g. ./0.3/gnote-0.3.0)

- I have split the package into 3 different ones: gnote (binary),
gnote-data (data without compilation), gnote-addins (binary)
- I am using boost 1.37 or boost 1.35 or boost - I don't know if
that's good, but at least it gives more testing control over various
boost libraries:
  libboost1.37-dev | libboost1.35-dev | libboost-dev,
  libboost-filesystem1.37-dev | libboost-filesystem1.35-dev |
  libboost-regex1.37-dev | libboost-regex1.35-dev | libboost-regex-dev,
  libboost-iostreams1.37-dev | libboost-iostreams1.35-dev |
  libboost-test1.37-dev | libboost-test1.35-dev | libboost-test-dev,

- I've also set versioned dependencies, based on autoconf and ./configure:
  automake (>= 1.9),
  autoconf (>= 2.53),
  pkg-config (>= 0.14.0),
  libgtk2.0-dev (>= 2.14),
  intltool (>= 0.35),
  gnome-doc-utils (>= 0.4.2),

- For some reason, during document compilation/creation, it requires
rarian-compat package. I don't know if that's required for Debian, but
on ubuntu it was spitting errors (maybe the situation changed with
newer releases).

- I'm using debhelper 7 debian/rules without cdbs:


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