[Linux-ha-dev] Make can't build RPMs for lack of debian/apply
horms at verge.net.au
Tue Aug 12 18:39:03 MDT 2008
On Fri, Aug 08, 2008 at 06:40:38PM +0900, Takenaka Kazuhiro wrote:
> Hi all (especially to Mr.Simon)
> I tried to build RPMs of Heartbeat from the latest revision(e0f9eeef2e31),
> but I couldn't.
> "make rpm" claimed the lack of a rule for `apply' like below:
> make: Entering directory `/home/takenaka/hb-dev/debian'
> gmake: *** No rule to make target `apply', needed by `distdir'. Stop.
> gmake: Leaving directory `/home/takenaka/hb-dev/debian'
> I made sure it that if the file named `apply' is in the directory
> of `debian', but it wasn't there.
> So I tracked back the repositoly and found the file in
> changeset "70e9df3f594d".
> The following is the log of changeset "70e9df3f594d".
> $ hg log -r 70e9df3f594d
> changeset: 12012:70e9df3f594d
> parent: 12008:7342359b955f
> user: Simon Horman <horms at verge.net.au>
> date: Thu Aug 07 10:49:37 2008 +1000
> summary: Debian: Use quilt for patching which is supported by dpkg
> Mr.Simon, Could you tell me the reason of the deletion?
sorry about this. I have applied a fix to remove apply from
the distribution tar ball which should fix the problem that you are
user: Simon Horman <horms at verge.net.au>
date: Wed Aug 13 10:31:53 2008 +1000
summary: high: debian: don't distribute debian/apply
The reason for the change was that it is likely in the future that the
debian package format will natively support the use of quilt to apply
patches. I removed debian/apply as it is not needed if quilt is used.
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