On Mon 01 Apr 2013 13:27:52 Joachim Langenbach escribió:
> > - How stable the API is?
> The API is not that stable right now, but we are backporting everything
> possible to the 0 API version, which does not affect the API. So e. g. the
> current version of Meganizer is using the 0 API.
> > - According to [0] you don't actually maintain any other package in
> > Debian. Packaging libs it's not an easy task, and it's usually not
> > recommendable for packaging begginners. Please note that I'm not
> > implying that you are one, but [2] suggest so :-)
> Your absolutly right. I'm a beginner in packaging. But to package
> Meganizer, it is needed to package libengsas first ;-) Actually, I have
> done my first packaging steps with Meganizer (which, in an early version,
> was the source of libengsas).

Non-stable API and a new maintainer are stuff that do not go along very well 

While it's normally correct to ship the lib as a separate package, in this 
case and as long as there is only one app using it, let me suggest you to ship 
it with the app as a bundled lib, without the headers.

Once you get more used to packaging and the API becomes stable you could 
consider packaging them separately.

Kinds regards, Lisandro.

"With great power comes great responsibility."
  Peter Parker's uncle.

Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer

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