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Old 01-14-2008, 08:20 AM
Colin Tuckley
 
Default postscropt document without source

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I'm working on a package (blas) that contains a postscript document with no
source supplied by upstream.

Obviously I can remove the postscript file from the binary package, but is
this sufficient or do I also need to remove it from the source package -
which implies re-packaging the .orig.tar.gz

I'd like to get this right because the package was rejected when it was last
uploaded (by a previous maintainer) because of this.

regards,

Colin

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