[Pkg-puppet-devel] puppetlabs-inifile ready
Stig Sandbeck Mathisen
ssm at debian.org
Sun Sep 1 21:12:22 UTC 2013
On Sun, Sep 01, 2013 at 07:11:08PM +0200, Thomas Bechtold wrote:
> I created a git-repository for puppetlabs-inifile:
> - prisitne-tar branch:I don't know howto create a pristine-tar branch
> after the usage of git-import-orig. @stig: can you create that branch,
To add a tarball to the pristine-tar branch, you can do the following:
$ uscan --download-current-version --verbose
$ pristine-tar commit ../puppet-module-puppetlabs-inifile_1.0.0.orig.tar.gz
$ git push origin pristine-tar
> Except the pristine-tar thing, I guess the package is ready for
> review and upload.
Good. I'll upload it. I have a few comments for later packaging and
You may want to add a section for the packaging (debian/*) in
debian/copyright, with a license for the packaging. I usually use the
same license as the upstream work. Not sure how strict the FTP-master
are about that. I guess we'll find out. :)
Also, should we add a standardised
It could say something like:
This package contains a module for use by puppet. It is
automatically added to the module load path of puppet's default
environment, and should be ready for use.
You can use "update-alternatives --config puppet-module-<modulename>"
to configure which module should appear in the module path of the
default puppet environment, in case multiple modules which provide
the same name are installed.
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