Hi all,

Disclosure time - I am not a coder.

I am helping an upstream project mars-sim [1] . The actual source-code
while atm remains at sourceforge.net [2] but hopefully will be
migrated sooner rather than later [3] . Now about a month back, just
to see what lintian says about the generated package, ran it on the
.deb package and got few warnings [4] .

During the back and forth , came to know that the .deb is generated
from a tool called jdeb [5] . Had a look-see and saw that Debian also
has the same tool [6] .

Now comes the crucial question, what should I tell them is the way
ahead ?  Should the most recent release of jdeb in Debian be good
enough or some other way ?

Looking forward to know.

1. https://github.com/mars-sim/mars-sim/
2. https://sourceforge.net/p/mars-sim/code/commit_browser
3. https://github.com/mars-sim/mars-sim/issues/4
4. https://github.com/mars-sim/mars-sim/issues/2
5. https://github.com/mars-sim/mars-sim/issues/2#issuecomment-281457054
6. https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/jdeb

          Shirish Agarwal  शिरीष अग्रवाल
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