Package syrthes - Request for reviewing
sylvestre at debian.org
Fri Sep 11 15:32:59 UTC 2009
> I've packaged the syrthes thermal computation software and since I'm
> not a DD I'd appreciate if someone here could have a look at it.
> It is available from its git repo on alioth.
> The long description in debian/control says:
> SYRTHES is a general purpose thermal software developed at EDF R&D
> which models conduction and radiation heat transfers in complex
> SYRTHES can be used coupled with the computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
> With this package I've tried to solve the question I asked a few
> months ago on this list: how to tweak the packaging so that, with the
> same source package, one can build either the binary package "syrthes"
> or "syrthes-<version>" so that there's a simple way to install several
> version of syrthes on the same box while keeping only one in the
> official debian archive. Please see debian/README.source for details.
If nobody minds, I "take it" (I packaged some piece of Code_Saturne).
> Thanks in advance,
>  <http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=531902>
>  <http://git.debian.org/?p=debian-science/packages/syrthes.git;a=tree>
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