Provided by: dh-di_11_all bug


       dh_di_numbers - install numbered scripts into package build directories


       dh_di_numbers [debhelper options] [dir [...] dest]


       dh_di_numbers is a debhelper program that installs directories of numbered scripts into
       package build directories.

       Within each directory, there should be a "_numbers" file in which each line contains at
       least two space-separated fields. The first field in each line is a two-digit number,
       which will be prefixed to the entry name to provide ordering within the directory; the
       second is the entry name, which must correspond to a file or directory alongside the
       "_numbers" file; and the third field, if present, is another two-digit number which
       identifies another entry with the same entry name to which this entry should be a symlink.

       Any additional directory names specified as parameters will be installed in the package
       build directory of the first package dh_di_numbers is told to act on. By default, this is
       the first binary package in debian/control, but if you use -p, -i, or -a flags, it will be
       the first package specified by those flags.


           List the directories to install into each package and the directory they should be
           installed to. The format is a set of lines, where each line lists a directory or
           directories to install, and at the end of the line tells the directory they should be
           installed in. The name of the directories to install should be given relative to the
           current directory, while the installation directory is given relative to the package
           build directory. You may use wildcards in the names of the files to install (in v3
           mode and above).


       dir [...] dest
           Lists directories to install and where to install them to. The files will be installed
           into the first package dh_di_numbers acts on.



       This program is a part of dh-di.


       Colin Watson <>