As you may know, Wayland compositors can control and change the screen gamma curve but currently there's no third-party application which can do it; this means, at least in wayland, no redshift or flux. Yesterday I've found this article explaining that some user has patched gnome settings daemon to make redshift work in Gnome on Wayland but this particular version can work on Fedora or Arch. I've tried it in Arch and it works but Arch is my test machine, I'm not so much used to Arch, yet.
So, my question is:
Since in the git repo of the patched gst for Arch there's only the
PKGBUILD file, while in the repo of the
gnome-shell extension there is the patch to apply, is there a way to reproduce all this stuff on debian? That is, is there a way to make a
.deb package out of the pkgbuild or can somebody explain me how to patch gst?
I hope I made myself as clear as possible.