Hi Alessandro, hi Paul,
and thanks for the review!
On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 12:22 AM, Paul Tagliamonte <paul...@ubuntu.com> wrote:
> At first glance, it seems like you're newlining a bit too much on the
> control deps. It's valid, and better then a single line, but see if
> you can hit under 80, and get more then one to a line. Helps cut out
> some scrolling ( and you can check all the deps in a terminal :)
Agreed, please keep lines shorter than 80 chars.
> Your description is great, but way-y-y-y-y long :)
Oh no, many packages have so less descriptive and very short
descriptions, would you blame him for that? :)))
Anyway, I'd shorten the features list just a bit.
> P: deadbeef: no-upstream-changelog
Easy to fix:
dh_installchangelogs -pdeadbeef ChangeLog
> X: deadbeef-plugins: shlib-calls-exit usr/lib/deadbeef/alsa.so.0.0.0
It's a common mistake, it had better report this to upstream.
> 0.4.4~dfsg-1 might be better phrased as 0.4.4-1~dfsg1
Upstream version number changes from 0.4.4 to 0.4.4~dfsg due to the
repacking, hence appending ~dfsg to the end of 0.4.4 is correct.
> install should be deadbeef.install
> docs should be deadbeef.docs
Although unnecessary, these improve the readibility.
> menu should be deadbeef.menu
> manpages should be deadbeef.manpages
Maybe needed, I should check.
There is a number of subdirectories under plugins/ and some of them
seem to contain components already available in Debian.
I've found the following ones:
We should rely on the libraries provided by the system rathen than
bring, compile and link against local copies.
See you guys, and buonanotte!
Alessio Treglia | www.alessiotreglia.com
Debian Developer | ales...@debian.org
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