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<br/>Bernd <email@example.com> hat am 8. Oktober 2012 um 12:23 geschrieben:
<br/>> 2012/10/8 Mattias Gaertner <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
<br/>> > In debian/rules the 48x48 icon is downsized to 32x32.
<br/>> > The sf debian packages simply install the 128x128 icon, which is
<br/>> > needed by nowadays desktops.
<br/>> > So, maybe the debian/rules file should be adapted.
<br/>> I believe much of the stuff in debian/rules should go into the
<br/>> Makefile itself and be maintained there. Its not really easy to see
<br/>> which parts of this rues file exist only to satisfy debian policy and
<br/>> which part exist simply as a complete *replacement* of the original
<br/>> make install and which parts are outdated or not needed anymore. make
<br/>> install is used a lot of times by many people but debian/rules is used
<br/>> only once or twice per year and as soon as it has successfully built
<br/>> the package it is left alone again for another 6 months. This is why I
<br/>> think it should be *small*, only a *thin* wrapper around often used,
<br/>> well tested and maintained makefile targets, not a full blown
<br/>> alternative makefile on its own.
The Makefile is critical and therefore maintained by the Laz devels.
The debian files are maintained and understood only by the debian package maintainers.