dpkg source package in Ubuntu


dpkg ( hardy; urgency=low

  [ Soren Hansen ]
  * Merge from debian unstable, remaining changes:
   - Add m_strdup to mlib.
   - Use i686 for lpia in cputable and triplettable.
   - Hack Dpkg::Arch to return i686 for lpia.
   - tarfn.c:
     + Avoid freeing uninitialised h.{Link,}Name (can cause crash if .deb
       becomes unreadable while we start up).  (LP #138887)
     + Use m_malloc instead of malloc (and ditch ad-hoc error handling).

   Launchpad integration:
   * Implement changelog-closes-bugs for Ubuntu (see
   * Add Launchpad-Bugs-Fixed to dpkg-genchanges too, to make it not
     complain about unknown fields.

   * scripts/dpkg-source.pl: Check that debian/control complies to
     https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebianMaintainerField: Refuse to build a source
     package if we have an Ubuntu version number, but Maintainer: is not an
     Ubuntu address. Output a warning if there is no XSBC-Original-Maintainer:
     field for packages with an Ubuntu version number.
   * scripts/dpkg-source.pl: Only fail to build the source package if $DEBEMAIL
     contains 'ubuntu'. If not, only print a warning.
   * debian/control: Change Maintainer/XSBC-Original-Maintainer field.

   Trigger support:
   * Implement triggers as per
     http://lists.debian.org/debian-dpkg/2007/04/msg00076.html (changes too
     massive to enumerate here).
   * Add "Breaks: apt (<< 0.7.6ubuntu6), aptitude (<<", as
     triggers add two extra states, which apt and aptitude before then do not
     know about.
   * An early version of trigger support caused LP #133172. To fix which
     systems have had the broken version work we have to rename
     triggers/Deferred to triggers/Unincorp.  The error messages, comments,
     etc. will be improved later.

   Status-fd changes:
   * Changes to --status-fd and logging, motivated by the need to
     fix apt's progress reporting in the presence of triggers (not introduced
     in this version, but accidentally left out of previous merge's changelog
    - Call log_action for trigger processing and configuration.
    - Produce "processing:" output on --status-fd for start of
      processing operations (from log_action).
    - Consolidate clone-and-hack --status-fd output writing into
      routine statusfd_send[v].
    - Improve documentation of --status-fd output.
    - Add log message at start of archivefiles() and packages()
      (which will assist debugging).
    - For upgrade, call log_message after printing to stderr,
      as is done elsewhere.
    - avoid closing fsys tarfile pipe twice even in normal
      operation - normally EBADF but might sometimes close some other
      desired fd and cause hideous doom.  (LP #137191)
    - avoid duplicate attempts to [f]close in obscure error
      situations which might conceiveably close wrong fds
    - cast &fd to void* when passing to push_cleanup cu_closefd
    - fix parse.c:parsedb to use ehflag_normaltidy in a sane way
    - when passing &fd to push_cleanup cu_closefd, make fd always static
      In the longer term --status-fd output ought probably to be made
      identical to the log output which is richer and more sanely
  * New with this merge: Added test case for Launchpad-Bugs-Fixed.

  [ Matthias Klose ]
  * dpkg-buildpackage: Set a set of environment variables for setting
    compiler and linker options, unless already set in the environment.
    See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DistCompilerFlags for the details.

 -- Soren Hansen <email address hidden>   Mon, 11 Feb 2008 16:42:49 +0100

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dpkg: package maintenance system for Debian

 This package contains the low-level commands for handling the installation
 and removal of packages on your system.
 In order to unpack and build Debian source packages you will need to
 install the developers' package `dpkg-dev' as well as this one.

dpkg-dev: package building tools for Debian

 This package contains the tools (including dpkg-source) required to
 unpack, build and upload Debian source packages.
 Most Debian source packages will require additional tools to build -
 for example, most packages need the `make' and the C compiler `gcc'.

dselect: user tool to manage Debian packages

 dselect is an interface for managing the installation and removal of
 packages on your system.
 Many users find dselect intimidating and new users may prefer to use
 `apt'-based user interfaces.