"W. Martin Borgert" <deba...@debian.org> writes:

> There are some packages, that currently have only generated JS files
> without the original sources (not only SASS and CoffeeScript, but also
> large JS libraries, that are bundled from many source files), which
> seems not in line with DFSG.
> No need to eject them from main, however, because maintainers can just
> add the missing sources in the way they like.

How will we know that those are the corresponding source for the work
Debian installs?

One way is to actually use that exact source, to build the package.

Do you know of another way which provides that level of confidence that
we in fact have the complete corresponding source for a work, and that
this remains true as the source package changes over time?

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Ben Finney

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