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Debian Package Maker
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Debian Package Maker on Ubuntu
Stable release 0.4.1 / 2008-02-12; 22 months ago
Operating system Linux / Debian
Type Build automation
License open source
Website http://debianpackagemaker.blogspot.com/

Debian Package Maker is a free and open source software package used to compile programs from source code to create .deb packages for installing software in the Debian Linux distribution, as well as in distributions such as Ubuntu which are based on Debian. It simplifies the process of installing applications from source code on Debian-based systems.

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Target Mode

The user can manually specify the installation directory and the files to be installed in the target installation directory.

Source Mode

Debian Package Maker will configure the source files for the user, compile them and then build a package using the target rules. configure/autogen scripts and Makefile/rules are required for DPM to automate the whole process.

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Debian Package Maker

Latest release:0.4.1 / February 12 2008 (2008-02-12); 1109 days ago
OS:Linux / Ubuntu
Use:

License:open source
Website: http://debianpackagemaker.blogspot.com/

Debian Package Maker is a program to compile programs from source code to create .deb packages.

Contents

Modes

Target Mode

The user can manually specify the installation directory and the files to be installed in the target installation directory.

Source Mode

Debian Package Maker will configure the source for the user, compile them and then build a package using the target rules. configure/autogen.sh scripts and Makefile/rules is required for DPM to automate the whole process for the user.

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