On Tuesday, 12 February 2019 16:54:12 CET Andreas Tille wrote:
> I'm
> not sure how to deal with the jquery.js one since this is potentially an
> issue with lots of dependencies - I remember discussions about this
> which I did not followed.

Fortunately, jquery is available as a Debian package.

We had a similar issue with libmojolicious-perl. This package now:
- removes jquery from source tarball [1] using debian/copyright Files-excluded 
- depends on libjs-jquery
- provides a symlink to Debian's query instead of the regular jquery file using 
  debian/libmojolicious-perl.links file [2]



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