I have a package that needs to be build with both a regular
makefile and a
setup.py. The thing is that the Debian packaging magic that is invoked via
debuild would recognize a
makefile and do the right
make make install DESTDIR=???
thing and get it working right. When I only have a
setup.py sitting there and have
dh $@ --with python3 --buildsystem pybuild in
debian/rules, it will correctly install the Python module with
python3 setup.py build python3 setup.py install --install-layout deb --root=??? ???
I do not know all those flags. And I think that I do not need to. I just want the
makefile magic to happen, and then the
How can I tell
debuild to do both?
When I do the following in
%: dh $@ dh $@ --with python3 --buildsystem pybuild
it will only put the first one into the resulting package. I tried to delete the
debhelper.log between those, but that did not change much.