[Debichem-devel] VMD packaging
graham at nerve.org.za
Mon Jun 29 18:30:01 UTC 2015
On 3 March 2015 at 23:16, Andreas Beckmann <anbe at debian.org> wrote:
> looks like I'm going to need VMD [non-redistributable] for $dayjob. Have
> there been any updates to the packaging that are not in SVN?
> Anyway, I got it built, upgraded to 1.9.2, installed and running.
> I'd like to contribute my changes back, they currently sitting in a
> local git repository on top of a crude git-svn conversion. Is anyone
> interested in doing a proper conversion to git (i.e. including author
> substitution etc.) or are there reasons to stick with SVN?
> With a GIT repo I could just rebase and push there ... or would you
> prefer a bunch of commits sent to some mailing list?
> debian/README.source | 32 +-
> debian/changelog | 27 +-
> debian/control | 7 +-
> .../adjust_install_path_in_configure.patch | 10 +-
> debian/patches/hardening.patch | 157 +++-
> debian/patches/hesstrans_make_fix.patch | 11 -
> debian/patches/libthrust_device_ptr.patch | 20 -
> debian/patches/no_rpath.patch | 30 +-
> debian/patches/plugins_build.patch | 17 +-
> debian/patches/series | 4 +-
> debian/patches/tcltk-8.6.patch | 24 +
> debian/patches/verbose_build.patch | 778 ++++++++++++++++++
> debian/rules | 36 +-
> debian/vmd.links | 2 +
> 14 files changed, 1052 insertions(+), 103 deletions(-)
> please keep me Cc:ed, I'm not subscribed to debichem-devel
I also have some users expressing an interest in VMD now.
I could try doing a proper conversion of the SVN repository to git.
I see there are some debichem packages that are maintained in git .
I don't know if there are any reasons to stick with SVN.
Perhaps one of the longer standing members of debichem could comment?
In the meantime, would you share your changes on github, or similar, please?
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