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Author eric.araujo
Recipients Alexander.Dutton, alexis, eric.araujo, tarek
Date 2011-09-05.15:51:42
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> I've come across it as I'm creating a Debian package of the Python
> package in the same tree

I think a lot of people are doing this.

> The broken symlinks are relative and in debian/tmp, and will point to
> locations provided by other Debian packages once my package is
> installed in the right location.

It’s too bad that filelist goes into the debian subdirectory :(  The Ubuntu-originated python-distutils-extra project had a similar problem and they switched from FileList.findall to os.walk to avoid it.

What happens if you ignore the debian dir in
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