Provided by: game-data-packager_29_all bug

NAME

       game-data-packager - build a .deb of game data

SYNOPSIS

       game-data-packager [ -i ] [ -d out-directory [ -n ] ] game [ game-options ]

DESCRIPTION

       Many  open-source  games  require game data which is licensed incompatibly with the Debian
       Free Software Guidelines.  game-data-packager is a  tool  designed  to  help  you  locally
       assemble  Debian  packages  containing  such  game  data  from  CD-ROMs,  the  Internet or
       elsewhere.

OPTIONS

       -i     attempt to install the generated Debian package via dpkg(1) and su(1)

       -d out-directory
              writes the generated Debian package to the specified directory.

       -n     Do not attempt to install the generated Debian package. This option must be used in
              conjunction with -d.

       game   The  game being packaged. Running game-data-packager without arguments will display
              a list of valid games. Running game-data-packager with just the game and no further
              arguments will display a list of valid options for that game.

SEE ALSO

       dpkg(1), su(1)

AUTHOR

       Copyright © 2010 Jon Dowland <jmtd@debian.org>
       Thanks to Branden Robinson for his ‘Write the Fine Manual’ presentation, once found at
       ⟨http://people.debian.org/~branden/talks/wtfm/⟩

                                            2008-07-14                      game-data-packager(6)