• Manoj Srivastava's avatar
    Remove special case code for official kernels · ce61f777
    Manoj Srivastava authored
    For the longest tine (well,  ever since Herbert Xu too over building
    kernel images from me), kernel-package has carried specal case code for
    official images. This has caused some problems, recently, since the need
    to preserve ./debian has caused no end of problems when the version
    changed out from under ./debian, or when people wanted to edit a file and
    expected kernel-package to do a minimal recompile.
    However, sometime in the Etch release cycle, the kernel team deprecated
    kernel-package as the means of building official kernels, and therefore,
    a full release cycle later, we can get rid of the special case rules used
    for official packages. Also, this allows us to drop ./debian at teh drop
    of a hart, and recreate it with an version that reflects the current
    state of the kernel sources. If people want to dump files into ./debian,
    we can come up with a different scheme to allow that, if such need can be
    Signed-Off-By: Manoj Srivastava's avatarManoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>
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