On Sun, Nov 28, 2010 at 14:44, Arnout Engelen <arnou...@bzzt.net> wrote:
> I started on packaging stretchplayer (ITP 605256) - which was fairly easy
> because upstream (Gabriel M. Beddingfield) already had an ubuntu package
> I now have the lintian list down to:
> Now running lintian...
> W: stretchplayer source: changelog-should-mention-nmu
> W: stretchplayer source: source-nmu-has-incorrect-version-number 0.503-0
The name in the changelog should match what is in debian/control
Maintainer of Uploaders field.
> E: stretchplayer source: debian-revision-should-not-be-zero 0.503-0
Usual practice is to upload -1 revisions as first revision instead of -0.
> W: stretchplayer source: timewarp-standards-version (2010-07-18 < 2010-07-26)
Your changelog has not been updated and your declared Standard-Version
is newer than the date in the changelog. Update the changelg with dch.
> E: stretchplayer: debian-revision-should-not-be-zero 0.503-0
> E: stretchplayer-dbg: debian-revision-should-not-be-zero 0.503-0
Same as above.
> These are all due problems in the debian/changelog file, right? And
> debian/changelog should be generated by git_dch? How does this work?
git-dch is only useful when you are using git (it generates changelog
entries using the git commit messages). Also, first uploads rarely
have to include an extensive changelog, since "Initial release"
usually covers all necessary information.
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