desktop2menu - create a menu file skeleton from a desktop file
desktop2menu desktop file [package name]
desktop2menu generates a skeleton menu file from the supplied freedesktop.org desktop file.
The package name to be used in the menu file may be passed as an additional argument. If it is not supplied then desktop2menu will attempt
to derive the package name from the data in the desktop file.
This program is Copyright (C) 2007 by Sune Vuorela <firstname.lastname@example.org>. It was modified by Adam D. Barratt <email@example.com> for
the devscripts package. This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You are free to redistribute this code under the terms of the GNU
General Public License, version 2 or later.
Sune Vuorela <firstname.lastname@example.org> with modifications by Adam D. Barratt <email@example.com>
Debian Utilities 2013-12-23 DESKTOP2MENU(1)
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transition-check - check a package list for involvement in transitions
transition-check [-f|--filename=FILENAME] [source package list]
transition-check checks whether any of the listed source packages are involved in a transition for which uploads to unstable are currently
If neither a filename nor a list of packages is supplied, transition-check will use the source package name from debian/control.
OPTIONS -f, --filename=filename
Read a source package name from filename, which should be a Debian package control file or .changes file, and add that package to the
list of packages to check.
The exit status indicates whether any of the packages examined were found to be involved in a transition.
0 Either --help or --version was used, or none of the packages examined was involved in a transition.
1 At least one package examined is involved in a current transition.
This code is copyright by Adam D. Barratt <firstname.lastname@example.org>, all rights reserved.
This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You are free to redistribute this code under the terms of the GNU General Public License,
version 2 or later.
Adam D. Barratt <email@example.com>
Debian Utilities 2013-12-23 TRANSITION-CHECK(1)
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