texstudio package: debug build instead of release provided

Tim Hoffmann thoffmann at texstudio.org
Wed Mar 6 23:48:27 UTC 2013

Am 06.03.2013 11:45, schrieb Dmitrijs Ledkovs:
> On 5 March 2013 20:25, Tim Hoffmann <thoffmann at texstudio.org> wrote:
>> Dear package maintainer,
>> it's nice to see that TeXstudio is included in the repository by now.
>> However, I noticed that you provide a debug build instead of a release
>> build. It would be good to correct this. The build script BUILD.sh has been
>> extended to ask for the required build configuration. So, generating a
>> release build is quite easy.
> As per debian policy, by default we provide debug builds with -02
> optimisation enabled for the archive.
> Typically, such that users do not need to rebuild the package to
> troubleshoot bugs.
> We automatically strip debug symbols and ship the detached debug
> symbols in separate package.
> If your software takes alternative, and slower code paths due to debug
> information available, please file a bug instructing on how to compile
> your software package optimised with debug symbols but release-like
> codepaths and then we can fix this.
> Regards,
> Dmitrijs.
Thank you for the answer. We will discuss, the best solution and then 
let you know.


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