That should work. Try to pull the commit I just made to make sure.
It should complain at dh_installchangelogs now.
On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 9:16 AM, Joel Roth <jo...@pobox.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 02, 2011 at 08:09:44AM +0000, Miguel Colon wrote:
>> Assuming you did a gbp-pull and git-buildpackage is configured
>> correctly it should work. Also when I created the missing tag a while
>> ago I confirmed that upstream/1.7 contain the correct source when
>> compared to a tarball I downloaded from upstream and I also merged
>> upstream/1.7 to master and verified that everything was peachy. So the
>> git in alioth should be fine. Try doing a gbp-pull or cloning it
>> You will get build errors during dh_install since files got renamed. I
>> could fix them but not sure if you already fixed it all.
> Thanks Miguel,
> Looks better. With git-buildpackage, I now get as
> far as dh_install:
> cp: cannot stat `./mma': No such file or directory
> The following line in mma.install appears to be at fault.
> mma usr/bin
> The executable is actally called mma.py. I'd like to
> do this:
> mma.py usr/bin/mma
> But according to 'man dh_install' the destination must be
> a directory.
> Any suggestions?
> thanks again,
> Joel Roth
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