On 06/06/2018 06:30 AM, Diane Trout wrote:
> Hi,
> I discovered a mistake I made with packaging dask.
> There's two static html files which embed some bokeh generated
> javascript plot code that's in dask 0.17.5 and I uploaded that to the
> Debian.
> There doesn't appear to be source to build the files.
> Bokeh is free software (BSD-3-Clause), but depends on a bunch of
> javascript libraries so isn't available in Debian.
> I should have repacked the archive to remove them, but I'm working on a
> -2 release, and there's no new upstream release yet for me to use as a
> base for repack.
> I was planning on patching the references to the .html files out and
> removing them in the debian/rules files.
> But is that enough?
> Diane

In my experience, it is ok to just remove the minified javascript in a
patch *IF* (and only if) there is normal code next to it, which isn't
your case. So you must produce a +dfsg orig tarball.


Thomas Goirand (zigo)

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