Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
On Wed, 2007-02-14 at 22:57 +0100, Axel Thimm wrote:
> Looks OK. But since we're commenting on source origin could
> somewhere a kind request ("SHOULD") to (srpm-)package upstream
> sources/patches with original timestamps where possible be
That sounds like a good best practice. It sounds like a separate
item the way things are currently phrased. Do you have some wording
to fit it in, or do you just want to throw it in a separate
Is this section from the packaging guidelines what you're after?
"When downloading sources, patches etc, consider using a client that
preserves the upstream timestamps. For example wget -N or curl -R. To
make the change global for wget, add this to your ~/.wgetrc:
timestamping = on, and for curl, add to your ~/.curlrc: -R."
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