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Debian package scripts fixes #15081

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gordboy commented Sep 19, 2019

Hi guys. My ex wife (ohcanada) begged me to ask you to consider this pull request that addresses issues with the debian package scripts in sys/

This is tested by myself also and works fine thus far.

The first issue is the md5sums file in the debian control dir, which is corrected to have 2 spaces between sum and filename. The net result is that the dpkg -V radare2 (for verify) completes successfully.

Also fixed is stripping the executables and libraries, and finally using xz instead of gz in the tar process, which is part of the manual build. The net result of that is a huge reduction in package and installed sizes.

@XVilka XVilka requested a review from radare Sep 20, 2019
@XVilka XVilka added this to the 4.0.0 milestone Sep 20, 2019
@radare radare merged commit ca1eddb into radareorg:master Sep 20, 2019
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XVilka added a commit to devnexen/radare2 that referenced this pull request Nov 8, 2019
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