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    • Kevin Lyda's avatar
      Version 1.5.1. · af99e05c
      Kevin Lyda authored
      Bump version for 3.3 support and in order to make a signed tag/release.
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    • Kevin Lyda's avatar
      Merge pull request #3 from overplumbum/master · 753e43b9
      Kevin Lyda authored
      Accept filenames used in Debian packaging.
      
      According to the Debian packaging guides, files named debian/foo.cron.d will be installed as /etc/cron.d/foo. Files named debian/cron.d are also allowed - the cron.d file is given the package name in /etc/cron.d. For more info: http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/maint-guide/dother.en.html#crond
      
      In order to check these files during the packaging phase, files matching (\S+\.)?cron.d must be allowed.
      
      At a later point it is probably a good idea to have these filename extensions enabled by flags. As the comment preceding the code alludes to, some names that run-parts would not accept are already allowed for another file deployment system.
      
      I'll do that later after I review some other packaging system docs.
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