[Debian-med-packaging] Bug#520747: Bug#520747: BioCocoa.app and SequenceConverter.app (Was: Bug#520747: Watch file)
tillea at rki.de
Wed Mar 25 20:16:23 UTC 2009
On Wed, 25 Mar 2009, Yavor Doganov wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 04:12:11PM +0100, Andreas Tille wrote:
>> I had the impression that sequenceconverter.app builds and runs
>> fine without biococoa - strange, but worked on my machine.
> Right, I wrongly assumed that it links against BioCocoa.
So most probably we might simply release sequenceconverter.app
completely independant from BioCocoa?
>> - I could even give you SVN commit permission (if you tell me your
>> alioth login)
> I'm yavor-guest, but maybe it is a good idea to see my patches first :-)
Well, several people read the commit mails and reverting something
should be no problem at all. So there is no need to hesitate.
>> BTW, when doing the actual packaging I was wondering whether a cdbs
>> module for GNUmake might make sense.
> There is: /usr/share/cdbs/1/rules/gnustep.mk. I'll convert biococoa to
> use CDBS then, right?
Ahh, that's great - I just not realsied this. Conversion to CDBS
would be perfectly OK.
>> If you are undergoing some renewal of GNUstep issues this might be an
>> interesting thing to do
> Yes, although I'm not a fan of CDBS, personally.
Well, I would not call myself a fan - but it works quite good for
team maintainance because you can have a good overview quite quickly.
But only if it fits - there are more complex packages which just
create headaches if you try to turn them to CDBS. Just decide
what you would regard reasonable for the specific case - it's fine
if you keep the current packaging.
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