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Add support for setting build-depends on debian targets #451

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torrancew commented May 23, 2013

While at first this may seem like a silly flag for FPM to have, I'd like to propose a use-case:

For a company that does a lot of automated packaging via FPM through something like Jenkins, this parameter can be used to guide the bulid server re: what packages are needed to be able to generate the specified package.

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Add support for setting build-depends on debian targets
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jordansissel commented May 30, 2013

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torrancew commented May 30, 2013

Thanks! As always, you rock.

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