[Openstack-devel] NMU of the cmd2 package

Federico Ceratto federico.ceratto at gmail.com
Sat Oct 5 09:50:30 UTC 2013

Hello Thomas,

Thank you very much for your help on the package and your tips.
I've just imported the patch and I'll fix the repository permissions on
I see no reason to stop the upload process at the moment; once the
Python3 packages will be accepted I'll be able to maintain them in future.

Thanks again!


On Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 10:30 AM, Thomas Goirand <zigo at debian.org> wrote:

> Hi Frederico,
> The build-depends of python-cmd2 were wrong, it was missing for example
> python-setuptools, plus python-all should be in Build-Depends, not in
> Build-Depends-Indep (because it is needed at the clean stage).
> Also, your package is missing Python 3 support.
> I have attached the a patch fixing a number of problems in the package.
> The patch also adds Python 3 support.
> Please apply the patch to your Git on collab-maint. Since you are using
> collab-maint, I have guessed that you are open to collaborative
> maintenance. However, it wasn't possible for me to push in your
> repository due to a unix right problem. To fix it, log on Alioth, and do:
> cd /git/collab-maint/cmd2.git
> chgrm -R collab-main .
> find . -exec chmod g+w {} \;
> find . -type d -exec chmod g+s {} \;
> git config core.sharedRepository group
> then anyone with write access on collab-maint will be able to write in
> your Git repository.
> As your package is in collab-maint, I have uploaded the package as NMU.
> I hope you don't mind that. I indeed needed this fix urgently (as I am
> trying to upload all needed dependencies for the next release of
> OpenStack due for the 17th of October).
> Because it adds a python3 new binary package, it will go through the NEW
> queue. So if you would like to change anything, it is still possible to
> ask the FTP masters to reject the package (it often takes a long time
> for them to accept or reject packages). I will then be happy to sponsor
> an upload for you, also for any new version that you may need.
> Cheers,
> Thomas Goirand (zigo)

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