tap2deb



TAP2DEB(1)                                                          TAP2DEB(1)




NAME

       tap2deb - create Debian packages which wrap .tap files


SYNOPSIS

       tap2deb [options]


DESCRIPTION

       Create a ready to upload Debian package in ".build"

       -u, --unsigned
              do not sign the Debian pacakge

       -t, --tapfile <tapfile>
              Build the application around the given .tap (default twistd.tap)

       -y, --type <type>
              The configuration has the given type . Allowable types are  tap,
              source, xml and python.  The first three types are mktap(1) out-
              put formats, while the last one is a manual building of applica-
              tion (see twistd(1), the -y option).

       -p, --protocol <protocol>
              The  name  of  the  protocol this will be used to serve. This is
              intended as a part of the description. Default is  the  name  of
              the tapfile, minus any extensions.

       -d, --debfile <debfile>
              The  name of the debian package. Default is ’twisted-’+protocol.

       -V, --set-version <version>
              The version of the Debian package. The default is 1.0

       -e, --description <description>
              The one-line description. Default is uninteresting.

       -l, --long_description <long_description>
              A multi-line description. Default  is  explanantion  about  this
              being an automatic package created from tap2deb.

       -m, --maintainer <maintainer>
              The maintainer, as "Name Lastname <email address>". This will go
              in the meta-files, as well as be used as  the  id  to  sign  the
              package.

       -v, --version
              Output version information and exit.


AUTHOR

       Written by Moshe Zadka, based on twistd’s help messages


REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to <twisted-python@twistedmatrix.com>.


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2000 Matthew W. Lefkowitz
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR  A  PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.


SEE ALSO

       mktap(1)



                                   July 2001                        TAP2DEB(1)

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