[osmium-tool] 01/01: Rename install file so the zsh completion file is installed.

Sebastiaan Couwenberg sebastic at xs4all.nl
Tue Mar 17 11:42:14 UTC 2015

Hi Jochen,

Thanks for this fix! I forgot to rename that file after the initial import.

On 03/17/2015 12:12 PM, Jochen Topf wrote:
> rename from debian/osmium.install
> rename to debian/osmium-tool.install

Since there is only a single binary package built from the source
package, you can also drop the binary package name from the install
filename, debhelper applies files without a binary package specified in
the filename to the first (or only) binary package listed in debian/control.

This is documented in the "DEBHELPER CONFIG FILES" section of the
debhelper(7) man page:

 Many debhelper commands make use of files in debian/ to control what
 they do. Besides the common debian/changelog and debian/control, which
 are in all packages, not just those using debhelper, some additional
 files can be used to configure the behavior of specific debhelper
 commands. These files are typically named debian/package.foo (where
 package of course, is replaced with the package that is being acted

 For example, dh_installdocs uses files named debian/package.docs to
 list the documentation files it will install. See the man pages of
 individual commands for details about the names and formats of the
 files they use.  Generally, these files will list files to act on,
 one file per line. Some programs in debhelper use pairs of files and
 destinations or slightly more complicated formats.

 Note for the first (or only) binary package listed in debian/control,
 debhelper will use debian/foo when there's no debian/package.foo file.


Kind Regards,


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