On Sunday 26 October 2008, Peter Robinson <email@example.com>
wrote about 'automake/debian packaging':
>I have written some C code that I would like to package as a dynamic
>library using automake/autoconf and thence as a debian package. I am
>afraid I have had zero experience with these tools, and the documents I
>have found online are either too simple or too complex to get started.
>Sorry if this is a bit OT, but does anyone on this list have any tips on
>tutorials for creating a dynamic C library from a source tree with the
debian-mentor or debian-devel might be better groups to ask. I'd suggest
trying to learn by example. Grab some C library from the debian main
tree, use apt-src/dpkg-source to get and extract the source, and start
digging around in their debian/ directory. debian/control and
debian/rules to start with.
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