[Tizen-submit] 6088: New package Tizen/xorg-x11-proto-renderproto

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Mon May 20 11:34:08 GMT 2013


Hi,
Adding new package xorg-x11-proto-renderproto in project Tizen. Please review and accept ASAP.

Justification for this new package:

Submitter: Prajwal Mohan <prajwal.karur.mohan at intel.com>
Comments: submit/tizen/20130517.045442
Git project: platform/core/uifw/x11proto-render
Tag: submit/tizen/20130517.045442
Commit: 9bdd546 Tizen 2.1 base

Thank You,
Prajwal Mohan

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Request: #6088

  submit:       Tizen:build/xorg-x11-proto-renderproto(cleanup) -> Tizen


Message:
Submitter: Prajwal Mohan <prajwal.karur.mohan at intel.com>
Comments: submit/tizen/20130517.045442
Git project: platform/core/uifw/x11proto-render
Tag: submit/tizen/20130517.045442
Commit: 9bdd546 Tizen 2.1 base

State:   accepted   2013-05-16T22:32:28 pkarurmo
Comment: Reviewed Ok

History: new        2013-05-16T21:52:02 tizenrobot
spec files:
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--- xorg-x11-proto-render.spec
+++ xorg-x11-proto-render.spec
@@ -1,8 +1,8 @@
 Name:     xorg-x11-proto-renderproto
 Summary:  X.Org X11 Protocol renderproto
 Version:  0.11.1
-Release:  1
-VCS:      platform/core/uifw/x11proto-render#submit/tizen/20130517.020059-0-g27a4638
+Release:  2
+VCS:      platform/core/uifw/x11proto-render#submit/tizen/20130517.045442-0-g9bdd546
 Group:    Development/System
 License:  MIT
 URL:      http://www.x.org

other changes:
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++++++ xorg-x11-proto-renderproto-0.11.1.tar.gz
--- debian
+++ debian
-(directory)
--- debian/README.source
+++ debian/README.source
@@ -1,73 +0,0 @@
-------------------------------------------------------
-Quick Guide To Patching This Package For The Impatient
-------------------------------------------------------
-
-1. Make sure you have quilt installed
-2. Unpack the package as usual with "dpkg-source -x"
-3. Run the "patch" target in debian/rules
-4. Create a new patch with "quilt new" (see quilt(1))
-5. Edit all the files you want to include in the patch with "quilt edit" 
-   (see quilt(1)).
-6. Write the patch with "quilt refresh" (see quilt(1))
-7. Run the "clean" target in debian/rules
-
-Alternatively, instead of using quilt directly, you can drop the patch in to 
-debian/patches and add the name of the patch to debian/patches/series.
-
-------------------------------------
-Guide To The X Strike Force Packages
-------------------------------------
-
-The X Strike Force team maintains X packages in git repositories on
-git.debian.org in the pkg-xorg subdirectory. Most upstream packages
-are actually maintained in git repositories as well, so they often
-just need to be pulled into git.debian.org in a "upstream-*" branch.
-Otherwise, the upstream sources are manually installed in the Debian
-git repository.
-
-The .orig.tar.gz upstream source file could be generated this
-"upstream-*" branch in the Debian git repository but it is actually
-copied from upstream tarballs directly.
-
-Due to X.org being highly modular, packaging all X.org applications
-as their own independent packages would have created too many Debian
-packages. For this reason, some X.org applications have been grouped
-into larger packages: xutils, xutils-dev, x11-apps, x11-session-utils,
-x11-utils, x11-xfs-utils, x11-xkb-utils, x11-xserver-utils.
-Most packages, including the X.org server itself and all libraries
-and drivers are, however maintained independently.
-
-The Debian packaging is added by creating the "debian-*" git branch
-which contains the aforementioned "upstream-*" branch plus the debian/
-repository files.
-When a patch has to be applied to the Debian package, two solutions
-are involved:
-* If the patch is available in one of the upstream branches, it
-  may be git'cherry-picked into the Debian repository. In this
-  case, it appears directly in the .diff.gz.
-* Otherwise, the patch is added to debian/patches/ which is managed
-  with quilt as documented in /usr/share/doc/quilt/README.source.
-
-quilt is actually invoked by the Debian X packaging through a larger
-set of scripts called XSFBS. XSFBS brings some other X specific
-features such as managing dependencies and conflicts due to the video
-and input driver ABIs.
-XSFBS itself is maintained in a separate repository at
-  git://git.debian.org/pkg-xorg/xsfbs.git
-and it is pulled inside the other Debian X repositories when needed.
-

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