Provided by: defoma_0.11.12ubuntu1_all bug

NAME

       dh_installdefoma - install a defoma related scripts

SYNOPSIS

       dh_installdefoma [debhelper options] [-n]

DESCRIPTION

       dh_installdefoma  is  a debhelper program that is responsible for installing files related
       to defoma (DEbian FOnt MAnager) into package build directories.  dh_installdefoma  can  be
       used by defoma-aware packages and/or font packages using defoma.

       It  also automatically generates the postinst and pre/postrm commands needed to register a
       package as a defoma-aware and/or font package using defoma. See  dh_installdeb(1)  for  an
       explanation of how this works.

       If   a   file   named   debian/package.defoma   exists,   then   it   is   installed  into
       usr/share/defoma/scripts/package.defoma  in  the  package  build  directory  and  put   an
       un/registration   method   in  maintainer  scripts  with  defoma-app.   If  a  file  named
       debian/package.defoma-hints exists, then it is installed in etc/defoma/hints/package.hints
       in  the  package  build  directory and put an un/registration method in maintainer scripts
       with defoma-font.  So when you create a defoma font package, what you need to do  is  only
       to put its hints file in debian/package.defoma-hints and install font files written in the
       hints file in the appropriate locations. When you create a defoma-aware package, what  you
       need to do is only to put its defoma-script file in debian/package.defoma. The script file
       is automatically installed in the package build directory.

OPTIONS

       debhelper options
              See debhelper(1) for a list of options common to all debhelper commands.

       -n, --noscripts
              Do not modify postinst/postrm scripts.

ENVIRONMENT

       See debhelper(1) for a list of environment variables that affect all debhelper commands.

NOTES

       Note that this  command  is  not  idempotent.  "dh_clean  -k"  should  be  called  between
       invocations  of  this command. Otherwise, it may cause multiple instances of the same text
       to be added to maintainer scripts.

SEE ALSO

       debhelper(1)

AUTHOR

       Masato Taruishi <taru@debian.org>