On ഞായര് 08 ജനുവരി 2017 11:09 രാവിലെ, Abhijit A M wrote: >> You can install node-marked-man and generate a manpage from the README >> file. You can talk to Sumedh about it as I have told him the same steps. >> >> add this command to debian/rules in override_auto_build target >> >> marked-man README.md > debian/uglifycss.1 >> >> and create debian/manpages with content >> debian/uglifycss.1 >> >> > done. also added build dependency of node-marked-man. > found the package to be lintian clean and also built with sbuild.
There is still one more Warning given by lintian. I think your lintian is missing something. W: node-uglifycss: manpage-has-bad-whatis-entry usr/share/man/man1/uglifycss.1.gz N: N: Each manual page should start with a "NAME" section, which lists the N: name and a brief description of the page separated by "\-". The "NAME" N: section is parsed by lexgrog and used to generate a database that's N: queried by commands like apropos and whatis. This tag indicates that N: lexgrog was unable to parse the NAME section of this manual page. N: N: For manual pages that document multiple programs, functions, files, or N: other things, the part before "\-" should list each separated by a comma N: and a space. Each thing listed must not contain spaces; a man page for a N: two-part command like "fs listacl" must use something like "fs_listacl" N: in the "NAME" section so that it can be parsed by lexgrog. N: N: Refer to the lexgrog(1) manual page, the groff_man(7) manual page, and N: the groff_mdoc(7) manual page for details. N: N: Severity: normal, Certainty: certain N: N: Check: manpages, Type: binary
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