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xcdroast (0.98+0alpha15-1.1ubuntu1) breezy; urgency=low

* Fix and install existing .desktop file. (Closes Malone #2698)
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-- Captain Packager <packager@coolness.com> Sat, 1 Oct 2005 19:39:04 -0400
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Located in C/ubuntu.xml:346(screen)
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debdiff xcdroast_0.98+0alpha15-3.dsc xcdroast_0.98+0alpha15-3ubuntu1.dsc > \
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Kubuntu programs are mostly KDE ones. Therefore, they need to Build-Depend on <filename>kdelibs4-dev</filename>. Since KDE's focus is to have programs interacting, some programs might also need to Build-Depend on other parts of KDE, such as <filename>kdepim-dev</filename>. Be sure to get the list of necessary dependencies for your program.
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[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Name=Kfoo
Name[xx]=Kfoo
GenericName=Bar description
Exec=kfoo
Icon=kfoo
Terminal=false
Categories=Qt;KDE;Utility;
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This script is included in almost all Linux source, especially for software written in compiled languages such as C and C++. It is used to generate a Makefile (file used by <application>make</application>) that is properly configured for your system. Standard Debian packaging tools use it, so it is important that you know what the <filename>configure</filename> script does. You do not need to know how to create a <filename>configure</filename> script yourself, as the software author (or <application>autoconf</application> will do that. However, you may have to adjust it at some point to get a <phrase>Ubuntu</phrase> package to build correctly.
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The first, and perhaps most obvious, thing to do is to install <application>pbuilder</application>. If you want to create a <application>pbuilder</application> for a release newer than the one you currently have installed, you will need to manually install the <application>debootstrap</application> .deb (from <ulink url="http://packages.ubuntu.com">packages.ubuntu.com</ulink>) from the newer release. To create a pbuilder execute:
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sudo pbuilder create --distribution &lt;distro&gt; \
[tab]--othermirror "deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu &lt;distro&gt; universe multiverse"
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where &lt;distro&gt; is the release you want (<emphasis>edgy</emphasis> for instance) to create the pbuilder for. If you would like to create more than one <application>pbuilder</application> environment you can append the <emphasis>--basetgz</emphasis> flag with the desired location for the compressed <application>pbuilder</application> environment. The default is <filename>/var/cache/pbuilder/base.tgz</filename>. If you do choose to use <emphasis>--basetgz</emphasis> you will need to use it with the other <application>pbuilder</application> commands so <application>pbuilder</application> knows which compressed build environment to use.
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Creating a pbuilder environment will take some time as <application>debootstrap</application> essentially downloads a minimal <phrase>Ubuntu</phrase> installation.
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You should always have a current pbuilder whenever you are testing your source packages, especially when you are building for a development release that is rapidly changing, to ensure that the dependencies are properly found. To update your pbuilder, use:
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