Hello, On sekmadienis 02 Gegužė 2010 02:49:23 Praveen A wrote: > +libdbusmenu-qt (0.3.2-2) unstable; urgency=low > + > + [ Praveen Arimbrathodiyil ] > + * VCS links changed to packaging VCS > + * Main Section changed to libs > + * Redundant 'Section' field removed from binary package > + * Removed CMakeLists.txt from docs > + * libdbusmenu-qt-devs.dirs and libdbusmenu-qt2.dirs removed (redundant) > + * libdbusmenu-qt2.install - soname is embedded instead of lib*.so.* wild > card + * Changed Maintainer to Debian Krap Maintainers > + * Moved Praveen Arimbrathodiyil to Uploaders > + * Removed post* as they are redundant (dh_makeshlibs will take care of > this) + * Removed debian/shlibs.local and added dh_makeshlibs override > + * debian/rules, debian/watch - example boilerplates removed > + * debhelper dependency increased to 7.4.12 for qmake support > + * qt4-qmake dependency dropped
No, you don't need to start -2 revision for these changes because -1 has never been officially uploaded to Debian. This also means that you don't need to document changes in the changelog until initial release is uploaded to Debian archive. So basically, you can just drop this -2 entry completely. Please remove 0.3.2-1 tag as well since it is invalid and does not point to official upload. We set changelog entry distribution field to UNRELEASED until the package is actually uploaded to Debian archive. I suggest you follow this path too. Read more at http://wiki.debian.org/PkgKde/DchUse UNRELEASED still is called changelog heuristic. In your case, debian/changelog should look the following until packaging is still in development: libdbusmenu-qt (0.3.2-1) UNRELEASED; urgency=low * Initial release. (Closes: #579677) -- Praveen Arimbrathodiyil (A proud GNU user) <prav...@gmail.com> Mon, 26 Apr 2010 19:15:31 +0530 > + > +override_dh_makeshlibs: > + dh_makeshlibs -V 'libdbusmenu-qt2 (>=0.3.2)' > + dpkg-shlibdeps debian/tmp/usr/lib/* What is that dpkg-shlibdeps command for? -- Modestas Vainius <modes...@vainius.eu>
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