Re: Debian packages

Yes, there would be one directory below called "debian". The
"sources" I talk about are the ones enclosed in

I agree that it's more important to make the pacakging "sources"
available than the packages themselves. More in my reply to your other
comment on this.

2006/11/12, Philip Van Hoof <spam pvanhoof be>:

Would it be easy to put that what you call the sources for whatever a
package needs to build in the or a repository?

Having a focus on mobile devices, I think the availability of this
packaging work might be interesting for vendors who are interested in
packaging the framework for their own little distribution (and a lot are
Debian based).

ps. Thanks.

On Sun, 2006-11-12 at 08:31 +0100, Øystein Gisnås wrote:
> A request for tinymail packaging was posted at
> I've prepared
> Debian packages which for now can be found at
> The Debian-specific packaging source files all reside in a debian/
> directory and could be uploaded to svn. They could either go directly
> in the main tree as they only take up the directory name "debian/".
> Another option is to keep the debian/ directory separate from the main
> tinymail source tree and rather keep it in a parallel svn location.
> -Øystein Gisnås
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