2008-11-10 09:20:09

by Stefan Seyfried

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Subject: compat/Makefile.am manpages fix / pand/dund question

Hi,

pand.1 and dund.1 are always installed. Fix below.

Then some kind of packaging question:
I got users that request pand and dund. I am under the impression
that this should be handled by the networking service, however was
unable to find anything understandable on the WIKI where I can point
them to.

Am I still "allowed" to package pand and dund, e.g. in a "bluez-compat"
package? I guess that I should not package hidd, no matter how much
users would like it, though ;-)

Thanks,

Stefan

diff --git a/compat/Makefile.am b/compat/Makefile.am
index f3422fc..58254ad 100644
--- a/compat/Makefile.am
+++ b/compat/Makefile.am
@@ -20,11 +20,11 @@ bin_PROGRAMS += pand
pand_SOURCES = pand.c pand.h bnep.c sdp.h sdp.c

pand_LDADD = $(top_builddir)/common/libhelper.a @[email protected]
-endif

if MANPAGES
man_MANS += pand.1
endif
+endif

if DUND
bin_PROGRAMS += dund
@@ -32,11 +32,11 @@ bin_PROGRAMS += dund
dund_SOURCES = dund.c dund.h lib.h sdp.h sdp.c dun.c msdun.c

dund_LDADD = $(top_builddir)/common/libhelper.a @[email protected]
-endif

if MANPAGES
man_MANS += dund.1
endif
+endif

AM_CFLAGS = @[email protected]


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2008-11-24 11:00:37

by Stefan Seyfried

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Subject: Re: compat/Makefile.am manpages fix / pand/dund question

Hi Marcel,

On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 03:58:11AM +0100, Marcel Holtmann wrote:
>> package? I guess that I should not package hidd, no matter how much
>> users would like it, though ;-)
>
> You can put hidd in bluez-compat if you like. It is useful for debugging
> since it can show the actual kernel state of the hidp.ko module.

Fortunately nobody has requested it for quite some time.
Would it be helpful to remove the "--server" code from hidd, since I guess
that this will not be useful anymore (and I fear that once I package up
hidd, people _will_ use "hidd --server", because they read that in some
outdated README). I can come op with a patch for that, if wanted.

Thanks,

seife
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2008-11-24 02:58:11

by Marcel Holtmann

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Subject: Re: compat/Makefile.am manpages fix / pand/dund question

Hi Stefan,

> pand.1 and dund.1 are always installed. Fix below.

I fixed that already. Thanks for reporting.

> Then some kind of packaging question:
> I got users that request pand and dund. I am under the impression
> that this should be handled by the networking service, however was
> unable to find anything understandable on the WIKI where I can point
> them to.
>
> Am I still "allowed" to package pand and dund, e.g. in a "bluez-
> compat"
> package? I guess that I should not package hidd, no matter how much
> users would like it, though ;-)

You can put hidd in bluez-compat if you like. It is useful for
debugging since it can show the actual kernel state of the hidp.ko
module.

Regards

Marcel