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Month: December 2017

Re: [trinity-devel] Devuan ASCII & TDE ... call for devs :-)

From: "Dr. Nikolaus Klepp" <office@...>
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2017 22:54:08 +0100
Hi Slavek,

Am Donnerstag, 14. Dezember 2017 schrieb Sl�vek Banko:
> Hi Nik,
> Devuan Ascii is the equivalent of Debian Stretch. Currently, TDE official 
> packages for Debian Stretch are not yet available. For now, the only 
> option is to use Preliminary Stable Builds repository. And the same 
> repository can also be used for Devuan - packages for Debian can be used 
> on Devuan without modification. See:
> There is one new information: Now you can use the mirror of Preliminary 
> Stable Builds repository located on the official TDE server! Instead of 
> you can now use 
> Is this information sufficient for this moment?
> Cheers

I've switched to, thank you.

Now this is where I have some problems with my workflow:

I cloned "tde-packaging", switched to r14.0.x. Then I cloned "tqt3", "cd tqt3", "cp ../tde-packaging/debian/squeeze/dependencies/tqt3/debian .". Now "debuild -b -uc -us" builds the packages without errors.

Is this the intend way to build debian packages or is there a beter way?

I ask, because if I understand the devuan build process correct ( ), then I have to build a repository per subproject with "tde"+"tde-packaging" merged togather. No big deal, but could get interesting :-)


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