Le 1 septembre 2017 14:16:14 GMT+02:00, Mattia Rizzolo <mat...@debian.org> a
>On Fri, Sep 01, 2017 at 11:41:36AM +0100, Ian Jackson wrote:
>> One thing you I would consider is that it would be nice if scripts in
>> Debian packages were made more portable to other distros. So Debian
>> packages should gradually change to use /usr/bin/node. I am very
>> conservative about these things because I like to keep backporting
>> (within Debian) as easy as possible. So if I were the maintainer of
>> node.js package which had scripts mentioning /usr/bin/nodejs, I would
>> probably make that change in buster+1 rather than in buster.
>It's enough to depend on
> nodejs (>= 6.11.2~dfsg-1) | nodejs-legacy
>And then you can backport it to whatever debian release you like the
>> In buster+1 you should probably consider asking for a lintian warning
>> about references to /usr/bin/nodejs. Not because you intend to drop
>> /usr/bin/nodejs ever (why do that - see previous emails) but because
>> it would be better, as I've just discussed, for Debian packages to
>> contain fewer hurdles to adoption elsewhere.
>That's already done.
>(will be in the next lintian release)
Please also parse autopkgtest like require ans dix npm2deb
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