Package for libquoin-clojure
Eugenio Cano-Manuel Mendoza
eugeniocanom at gmail.com
Wed May 15 16:35:37 UTC 2013
My apologies for the confusion regarding the naming. My intention was to
use libUPSTREAMNAME-clojure since robert-hooke is set that way if I'm not
mistaken. I am however clumsy and didn't change the names properly. I'm
fine with UPSTREAMNAME-clojure, we can do that then.
I do have an upstream branch for quoin (but not for scout =S), I think I
didn't git-import-orig properly. Thank you for the documentation, I'll give
it a look right away so I can repack quoin and scout.
On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 4:59 PM, Wolodja Wentland <debian at babilen5.org>wrote:
> Hi Eugenio,
> On Wed, May 01, 2013 at 20:10 +0200, Eugenio Cano-Manuel Mendoza wrote:
> > I just finished making the package for quoin (the last dependency for
> > I also fixed a couple of things with scout (uploaded tags and some
> more), I
> > also set my git name properly.
> I just wanted to take a look at the packages you prepared and have a
> couple of
> * Could it be that you did not push all branches to git.debian.org? I
> to be missing pristine-tar and upstream.
> See http://wiki.debian.org/Java/JavaGit for a short overview of how
> Java team handles this
> * Your naming convention is unclear to me and I would strongly prefer
> we could adhere to a single one. I see the following git repositories
> which do not seem to match the name of the source packages:
> - libquoin-clojure while the source package is called "quoin"
> - scout which matches the name of the source package
> In the light of my experiences with slingshot I guess it would make sense
> adhere to a naming scheme like:
> which gives us
> But simply using UPSTREAMNAME alone is totally okay as long as that name
> not yet been claimed. What I do want though is that the name of the git
> repository matches the name of the source package. You can probably
> me of another naming scheme though ... So speak now!
> I'll review the other packages once I can build them, so please let me know
> how to achieve that or push the missing branches :)
> Wolodja <debian at babilen5.org>
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