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Fix a bug in dh_installgen not removing missing files from *.install when dh_install v7 mode is in effect
Support for compat 7 mode and debhelper >= 7.1
debian/not-installed verification support
Commiting some scripts which I have been using
A few dh_installgen fixes
some small changes for dh_installgen
* Support *.manpages (autoremoval only) * Support sorting * Support custom command line arguments * Support validation/test mode for *.installgen development
* Many enhancement esp. wrt handling of symlinks. * New match pattern: link and its target. * Dependencies - which package should be processed first.
It's my first version of debhelper *.install generator/editor. It does not install files itself, however it tries to update *.install files to match contents of installation tree. It currently features: * Removal of no longer valid *.install entries (i.e. files which were dropped upstream). * Automatic update of *.install files based on the contents of the *.installgen files: *.installgen files are more flexible than plain *.install files, because: + perl regular expersions are used instead of shell patterns + it's possible to match destination of the file (e.g. its location in debian/tmp) and source location of the file (in the build-tree) + it's possible to match file mimetype (via libmagic) + negation (!), AND (patterns on the line), OR (each line) are supported + it's possible to "describe" file(s) which is not installed on purpose. --list-missing and --fail-missing won't complain/fail on them. + --no-act shows a diff instead of updating *.install Documentation is missing, but arguments are similar to dh_install ones. E.g. Run with `dh_installgen --sourcedir=debian/tmp --list-missing' on stuff has been installed to debian/tmp. Example package.installgen: mime:text/.* src:doc can be read as "install files with the mime type matching "text/.*" and originating from the (source) path in the build tree having 'doc' in its name.
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