Post by Benoît Minisini
Post by Jarkko Härmä
If i do that, i get an error : tar 1.13 not installed. Ok i have tar
1.19 but why a specific
version of tar ??
Because Slackware requires that! But apparently it changed in the last version
of Slackware, but I didn't update Gambas yet.
I'm not a Slackware user, so I don't know why tar.1.13 is required.
To workaround that, just create a symbolic link in your executable path named
"tar-1.13" that points at your real version of 'tar'.
And then its even more tricky...... I tried to make package of the
serial port example:
Creating package for Ubuntu.
Making build directory.
Creating desktop file...
Sources are being debianizated.
dpkg-buildpackage: set CPPFLAGS to default value:
dpkg-buildpackage: set CFLAGS to default value: -g -O2
dpkg-buildpackage: set CXXFLAGS to default value: -g -O2
dpkg-buildpackage: set FFLAGS to default value: -g -O2
dpkg-buildpackage: set LDFLAGS to default value: -Wl,-Bsymbolic-functions
dpkg-buildpackage: source package serialport
dpkg-buildpackage: source version 0-0
dpkg-buildpackage: source changed by benoit <***@desnouettes>
dpkg-buildpackage: host architecture i386
rm -Rf `find . -name ".gambas"`
rm -Rf `find . -name "*.gambas"`
rm -f build-stamp install-stamp
dh_clean: Compatibility levels before 4 are deprecated.
dpkg-source -b serialport
dpkg-source: error: source package name `SerialPort' contains illegal
dpkg-buildpackage: failure: dpkg-source -b serialport gave error exit
The package build has failed.
Package.MakeDebPackage.424: 'dpkg-buildpackage' has failed.
The illegal character comes from any name