[Debian-med-packaging] Bug#609038: ITP: biomaj -- a biological databank update and processing tool
tille at debian.org
Tue Jan 11 16:34:15 UTC 2011
On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 05:00:10PM +0100, Olivier Sallou wrote:
> I refactored the debian files as requested to set biomaj and
> biomaj-watcher as 2 debs in a single package.
> Code is updated on svn
See my remarks according your commit in previous mail.
> 1 remark though, a "rules clean" does not remove the build-area nor
> source code, something is certainly wrong in my files regarding this (I
> have in my "rules": rm -f build-stamp)
The clean target usually cleans up
as well as removing some debhelper created files in debian/. It does
not remove any other files in your build directory. It also calls some
"make clean" or "make distclean" or something like this, but in your
case you probably need to provide some code which cleans up your build
directory so that after this you get the very same state as after unpacking
the upstream source tarball.
> After svn-buildpackage andlintian, what are expected commands to "clean"
> the svn dir?
What exactly do you mean with "clean svn dir"? If you are talking about
your building tree than you need to specify exactly these commands which
are used after any build process to clean up. (Is there anything like
"ant clean" or so??? I'm quite Java illiterate, sorry?)
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