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#11
yes, that's how it should work. See http://www.debian.org/doc/debian-pol...elds.html#s5.7

User defined fields are allowed in Debian policy, so warning can be ignored.
 
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#12
Originally Posted by X-Fade View Post
Example:
Code:
Xsbc-Bugtracker: https://bugs.maemo.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Wormux
Code:
Source: openvpn
Section: user/network
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Andrea Borgia <andrea@borgia.bo.it>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 5), libssl-dev (>= 0.9.8e-1), liblzo2-dev, quilt
Standards-Version: 3.8.2
Xsbc-Bugtracker: https://bugs.maemo.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=openvpn
Is there a specific section of the control file where this tag should be placed? As written above, the link in the deb appears truncated at ...product=o
(Fremantle SDK, final)
 
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#13
Originally Posted by aboaboit View Post
Is there a specific section of the control file where this tag should be placed? As written above, the link in the deb appears truncated at ...product=o
(Fremantle SDK, final)
I tested with openvpn from fremantle extras-devel with your new line in debian/control and Bugtracker field appears intact in .deb file. How did you test it?

Apparently you're making a new version, so could add maemo-optify there too
 
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Originally Posted by mikkov View Post
I tested with openvpn from fremantle extras-devel with your new line in debian/control and Bugtracker field appears intact in .deb file. How did you test it?
I created the package in my sdk and browsed the deb through mc. The package from extras-devel has been uploaded by somebody else and is not installable, because of a missing dependency (liblzo2-2) that is supposed to be already in the device itself but in fact isn't.


Originally Posted by mikkov View Post
Apparently you're making a new version, so could add maemo-optify there too
Hopefully I won't get too many flames but... maemo-optify looks kludgy to me. From the discussion at the summit, I understood that it is ok to alter debian/rules & configure to install directly under /opt/package and that what I have in mind for rc20.
 
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Originally Posted by aboaboit View Post
Hopefully I won't get too many flames but... maemo-optify looks kludgy to me. From the discussion at the summit, I understood that it is ok to alter debian/rules & configure to install directly under /opt/package and that what I have in mind for rc20.
That's fine. The main thing is that you use /opt.
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