On 05/12/2016 11:41, Pirate Praveen wrote:
> On തിങ്കള് 05 ഡിസംബര് 2016 03:45 വൈകു, Paolo Greppi wrote:
>> It does the trick because the lintian error is gone.
> But its bad for long term maintenance, any time that file changes,
> you'll have to refresh the patch.
>> I'd rather avoid dfsg rightnow because :
>> on (which we can't run at the moment anyway since it requires browserify)
>> - I don't think that makes the package "non-DFSG clean" as a whole
> but the removal is for dfsg.
>> - sheer ignorance: the dfsg_clean workflow being new for me
> See node-levn for an example.
> 1. Add Files-Excluded to copyright
> 2. Add repack options to watch
> 3. Rename to +dfsg.orig and edit the orig.tar, remove the file (I use
> graphical tools like file-roller)
> 4. Edit changelog
> 5. Import the +dfsg.orig (gbp import-orig)
> If you get it working, may be add it to a wiki page.
>> There are about 6 dependencies left to go plus babel + gulp as build
>> deps. The latter is the same short-term focus as
>> https://www.generosity.com/community-fundraising/debian-browserify-2 so
>> yes maybe it can be done !
> This campaign did not receive much support (only 7% of the target). But
> we are still working on it. We need to complete about 30 modules to
> finish gulp. Any help in finishing that list would be awesome.
> All babel modules are in a single repo, Shanavas is trying to automate
> it. But we still need to package non babel dependencies from here.
> submodules of lodash but we need help for that
> https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=845227 can you try it?
Hi this one should be ready, please review & upload.
I have applied Jérémy's recipy with success: uscan is able to produce
the dfsg tarball automatically ! No need to manually edit the tarball.
BTW Pirate, what do you mean with "If you get it working, may be add it
to a wiki page." ?