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|| Download upstream package from repository ||
|| Debianize (without building source) ||
|| Debianize an unpacked upstream source || || || || python3 setup.py --command-packages=stdeb.command debianize ||
|| Debianize and build source package ||
|| Debianize and build binary packages ||
|| Debianize, build, install ||
|| Refresh already created package ||
|| TODO: other use cases? ||
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== Usage ==
 * Download upstream package from repository
 * Debianize (without building source)
 * Debianize an unpacked upstream source
  * '''Python:''' {{{python3 setup.py --command-packages=stdeb.command debianize}}}
 * Debianize and build source package
 * Debianize and build binary packages
 * Debianize, build, install
 * Refresh an already created package, moving old files to .bak:
  * '''Perl:''' {{{dh-make-perl refresh}}}
  * '''Ruby, Python:''' not supported

This page references tools that aim at providing basic working Debian packages.

Language

Any

Perl

Ruby

Python

Tool (package name)

dh-make

dh-make-perl

gem2deb

python-stdeb

Upstream repository

N/A

CPAN.org

Rubygems.org

Pypi

Features

version

0.84-2

0.14

0.8.2-4

cdbs or dh?

dh

dh

dh

use DEBEMAIL

yes

yes

no

Build-Depends

yes

yes

no

Depends

yes

yes

yes

Homepage

yes

yes

no

short/long descriptions

yes

yes

yes

DEP8 tests

no

only template

no

.docs / .examples / etc.

docs + examples

docs only

no

debian/copyright

yes

only template

no

debian/watch

yes

yes

no

git repo creation, pristine-tar, etc.

yes

no

no

debian/upstream/metadata (UpstreamMetadata)

yes

no

no

Notes

  • There's a Git repo with some example outputs

  • only template means that the tool provides a file that is not customized per-package

Build-depends and Depends generation

  • dh-make-perl uses local packages and apt-file to identify packages (broken with 0.84-2 and multiarch)

  • gem2deb converts gem names to Debian package names
  • stdeb also uses apt-file with a fallback on module name conversion (code)

  • DEP-11 could end up being the proper way to generate language-specific dependencies

TODO. 'cme update dpkg-copyright' is another approach.

Usage

  • Download upstream package from repository
  • Debianize (without building source)
  • Debianize an unpacked upstream source
    • Python: python3 setup.py --command-packages=stdeb.command debianize

  • Debianize and build source package
  • Debianize and build binary packages
  • Debianize, build, install
  • Refresh an already created package, moving old files to .bak:
    • Perl: dh-make-perl refresh

    • Ruby, Python: not supported

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