dh_installdirs(1)



DH_INSTALLDIRS(1)                  Debhelper                 DH_INSTALLDIRS(1)

NAME
       dh_installdirs - create subdirectories in package build directories

SYNOPSIS
       dh_installdirs [debhelperoptions] [-A] [--sourcedir=dir]
       [--create-in-sourcedir] [dir...]

DESCRIPTION
       dh_installdirs is a debhelper program that is responsible for creating
       subdirectories in package build directories.

       Many packages can get away with omitting the call to dh_installdirs
       completely.  Notably, other dh_* commands are expected to create
       directories as needed.

FILES
       debian/package.dirs
           Lists directories to be created in package.

           Generally, there is no need to list directories created by the
           upstream build system or directories needed by other debhelper
           commands.

OPTIONS
       -A, --all
           Create any directories specified by command line parameters in ALL
           packages acted on, not just the first.

       --create-in-sourcedir, --no-create-in-sourcedir
           Whether to create the specified directories in the source directory
           (usually debian/tmp) in addition to in the package build directory
           (usually debian/package).

           The default is --no-create-in-sourcedir.

       --sourcedir=dir
           Consider dir the source directory for the packages acted on instead
           of the default (which is usually debian/tmp).

           Please note that this option is dependent on the
           --create-in-sourcedir option (when --no-create-in-sourcedir is in
           effect, this option does nothing in dh_installdirs).

       dir ...
           Create these directories in the package build directory of the
           first package acted on. (Or in all packages if -A is specified.)

SEE ALSO
       debhelper(7)

       This program is a part of debhelper.

AUTHOR
       Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org>

11.3.5                            2018-06-30                 DH_INSTALLDIRS(1)

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