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#1
There you have it, just to ease things a little bit when building .debs. The UI is pretty straight-forward, locate the folder, then build and fetch it. The final product is placed in ./MyDocs.





Install Build_Me.deb, then do an:
Code:
apt-get -f install
apt-get install python2.5-qt4
apt-get install zenity
Hope you find it useful!
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#2
Awesome!
Hoping extras-devel-me is in the works.
 

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Originally Posted by szopin View Post
Awesome!
Hoping extras-devel-me is in the works.
I am actually currently browsing the WIKI about uploading to Extrax-devel
Seems cool however, Devil Me! uploads packages to Extras-devel, hehehe

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#4
let me get this straight:
  • you can have subfolders in the root folder
  • the root folder will end up in /opt

what if i wanted parts of my package to be installed elsewhere or is that wrong practice?

thx
 
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Yay! Looking forward to it. Btw, buildme! could use some documentation, does it optify, is folder structure of the deb you're building kept intact...
Sweet idea/prog. THANK YOU

EDIT: guess abuelmagd answered the optifying part, nice
 

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Even though, I do not own a Harmattan device, I will be releasing a Harmattan N9/50 version approximately next week, so cheer up y'all!
 

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Originally Posted by abuelmagd View Post
let me get this straight:
  • you can have subfolders in the root folder
  • the root folder will end up in /opt

what if i wanted parts of my package to be installed elsewhere or is that wrong practice?

thx
The application packages any folder with a ./DEBIAN directory and a control file properly configured. The other files/folders are of your choice on where to place.
 

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Originally Posted by ammyt View Post
The application packages any folder with a ./DEBIAN directory and a control file properly configured. The other files/folders are of your choice on where to place.
How do you point for MyDocs for data files? symlinks should get copied correctly, would home/user/MyDocs/gameData from the build folder get there or will it end up in /opt/home/user/MyDocs...?
 

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when i press browse it shows a message that source is not selected even though it never gave me a chance to select a folder
 
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Originally Posted by abuelmagd View Post
when i press browse it shows a message that source is not selected even though it never gave me a chance to select a folder
Do you have zenity installed? It should've automatically installed if you did the apt-get -f install...
Try to: apt-get install zenity
 

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