[fdo-internals] Build 14601?
Johan Van de Wauw
johan.vandewauw at gmail.com
Fri Dec 6 01:39:09 PST 2013
I have not taken a look, but if your intention is to build debian
packages, better use the right tools: build a correct source package
first and then compile that. This is the only way packages can
eventually be added to debian or on a shorter term to a ppa.
You will find an example here:
On debian/ubuntu you could get the source by using
Alternatively, you can download the file
and extract it in your code tree. Than run debuild -b to build a
binary file or debuild -S to build a source package
Note that the file still contains a lot of example files (with a .ex
extension). Ignore these and look to the files which really matter:
debian/control and debian/rules
While debugging you may want to use fakeroot debian/rules binary
On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 6:45 AM, Jackie Ng <jumpinjackie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I've been having a small hiccup trying to make FDO 3.8 deb packages for the
> Ubuntu build of MapGuide Open Source 2.5.2 using the deb packaging scripts
> For some reason I cannot figure out, the dpkg tools *always* writes out
> 3.8.0-14601 as the fdo-core dependency version into the deb package control
> files for fdocore and some providers instead of 3.8.0-<head 3.8 SVN
> revision>. I pass the head SVN revision to dpkgall.sh, but this number is
> not being used by some of the packages.
> I've grepped the whole code base for any traces of this mysterious number
> and found nothing.
> Any ideas?
> - Jackie
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