source: debian/rules @ 9e6885d

Last change on this file since 9e6885d was 66ba367, checked in by kytv <kytv@…>, 9 years ago

Debian: Disabling build-dep on tor-geoipdb (since our geoipdb is more current)

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1#!/usr/bin/make -f
2
3# Quoting Policy version 3.9.2.0, 2011-04-07 section 4.9:
4
5# /start quote
6# For some packages, notably ones where the same source tree is compiled in
7# different ways to produce two binary packages, the build target does not make
8# much sense. For these packages it is good enough to provide two (or more)
9# targets (build-a and build-b or whatever) for each of the ways of building the
10# package, and a build target that does nothing. The binary target will have to
11# build the package in each of the possible ways and make the binary package out
12# of each.
13# ...
14# When a package has a configuration and build routine which takes a long time,
15# or when the makefiles are poorly designed, or when build needs to run clean
16# first, it is a good idea to touch build when the build process is complete.
17# This will ensure that if debian/rules build is run again it will not rebuild
18# the whole program.
19# /end quote
20
21# Since that fits building I2P very well, we override the build target.
22#
23
24build:
25        @echo 'The build target is disabled. Use the appropriate binary target.'
26
27JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/default-java
28I2P=$(CURDIR)/pkg-temp
29export JAVA_HOME I2P
30#export DEB_HOST_ARCH_CPU := $(shell dpkg-architecture -qDEB_HOST_ARCH_CPU)
31
32%:
33        dh $@ --with quilt
34
35clean: createcopyright
36
37override_dh_auto_clean:
38        dh_auto_clean
39        ant distclean
40        # The next line is used by KYTV when building from source packages
41        #rm -f apps/jetty/jetty-5.1.15.tgz
42        rm -f core/c/jbigi/*.[s]o
43        rm -rf core/c/jcpuid/lib/
44        debconf-updatepo
45
46override_dh_auto_build:
47
48binary-indep: build-indep
49build-indep:
50        dh_prep
51        # The next line is used by KYTV when building from source packages
52        #[ -r jetty/jetty-5.1.15.tgz ] && ln -sf $(CURDIR)/jetty/jetty-5.1.15.tgz $(CURDIR)/apps/jetty/jetty-5.1.15.tgz
53        ant preppkg-unix javadoc
54        echo router.updateDisabled=true > $(I2P)/router.config
55        mv $(I2P)/runplain.sh $(I2P)/i2prouter-nowrapper
56        #-cp -fv /usr/share/tor/geoip $(CURDIR)/pkg-temp/geoip/geoip.txt
57       
58
59binary-arch: build-arch
60build-arch:
61        # build jbigi
62        cd $(CURDIR)/core/c/jbigi && ./mbuild_jbigi.sh dynamic
63        # build jcpuid
64        cd $(CURDIR)/core/c/jcpuid && ./build.sh
65
66binary: binary-arch binary-indep
67
68createcopyright:
69        @echo " *** Creating debian/copyright*** "
70        @rm -f $(CURDIR)/debian/copyright
71        @/bin/echo -e "This package was Debianized by kytv <killyourtv@i2pmail.org>" >> $(CURDIR)/debian/copyright
72        @/bin/echo -e "Sun, 23 Jan 2011 20:26:51 +0000" >> $(CURDIR)/debian/copyright
73        @/bin/echo -e "\nIt was downloaded from http://www.i2p2.de" >> $(CURDIR)/debian/copyright
74        @/bin/echo -e "\nI2P is tracked upstream using the Monotone VCS" >> $(CURDIR)/debian/copyright
75        @/bin/echo -e "Complete information on fetching the source with monotone can be found" >> $(CURDIR)/debian/copyright
76        @/bin/echo -e "at http://www.i2p2.de/newdevelopers#getting-the-i2p-code\n\n\n" >> $(CURDIR)/debian/copyright
77        @/bin/cat $(CURDIR)/LICENSE.txt >> $(CURDIR)/debian/copyright
78
79
80override_dh_compress:
81        dh_compress -X.xsl -X.xml
82
83override_dh_installchangelogs:
84        dh_installchangelogs history.txt
85
86override_dh_installdocs:
87        dh_installdocs -pi2p -plibjbigi-jni --link-doc=i2p-router
88        dh_installdocs --remaining-packages
89
90override_dh_dhlibdeps:
91        dh_shlibdeps -llibjbigi-jni debian/libjbigi-jni/usr/lib/jni/*.so
92
93#override_dh_installinit:
94#       dh_installinit -r
95
96get-orig-source:
97        uscan --verbose --rename --destdir $(CURDIR)/.. --watchfile debian/watch --force-download
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