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       dh-make-gosa - Debianizes the source of a given gosa plugin


       dh-make-gosa [OPTION]...  SOURCE


       dh-make-gosa  takes  a  directory  or  tar ball of an existing gosa plugin and adds debian
       information to it. Feel free to use dpkg-buildpackage to  generate  your  own  gosa-plugin
       package from source or svn and enable it in the gosa.conf(5) file to activate it.


       -r debian-release, --release debian-release
              Set  the  Debian release to debian-release when generating the Debian tree. Default
              is the unstable release.

       --dest destination-directory
              Place where dh-make-gosa will place its working data while  generating  the  source
              directory.  Defaults to the current directory.

       --section debian-section
              Set the Debian section to debian-section when generating the Debian tree.  Defaults
              to the the web section.

       --depends package,package,...
              Add additional dependencies to the Debian tree which did  not  get  listed  in  the
              plugin.dsc file. This is a comma separated list of Debian package names.

       -e mail, --email mail
              Overrides  the  Debian  packager  defined  inside  the  plugin.dsc  file by the one
              specified by mail.

Example usage

       # Check out a plugin from SVN
       svn co /tmp/samba

       # Debianize the tree
       cd /tmp
       dh-make-gosa --email --release etch --section web samba

       # Build debian package
       cd samba
       dpkg-buildpackage -uc -us -rfakeroot

       To build everything from the subversion repository which is GOsa related,  please  take  a
       look at the contributed make-gosa-package script.


       Cajus Pollmeier <>


       Please  report  any  bugs,  or  post  any  suggestions,  to  the  GOsa mailing list <gosa-> or to <>


       This code is part of GOsa (L<>)

       Copyright (C) 2003-2009 GONICUS GmbH

       This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY  WARRANTY;
       without  even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.