> On Feb 7, 2018, at 10:36 PM, Michael Stapelberg <stapelb...@debian.org> wrote:
> Ok, I’m getting there, bear with me. :) In my case, would I not want to
> produce both a binary package and eventually a source package?
> Be careful not to confuse the Debian concept of source packages (i.e. .dsc
> files) and binary packages (i.e. .deb files) with a Debian binary package
> containing binary files (e.g. a .deb with files in /usr/bin) and a Debian
> binary package containing Go source code (e.g. a .deb with files in
> You always operate on 1 Debian source package (in your case, named irtt)
> generating at least 1 Debian binary package (in your case, also named irtt).
> We discussed generating 2 Debian binary packages (irtt and
Ok, that’s clear to me now. The solution of one binary package for now sounds
best. I can have the same source package generate the second binary (with
source) package later. I just need to get up to Debian sid and take care of any
other lintian warnings also. Thanks!