[Pkg-crosswire-devel] RFS: bibledit/5.0.105-1 [NMU]

Roberto C. Sánchez roberto at debian.org
Sun Apr 2 21:53:49 BST 2017

Hi Teus,

Thanks for addressing each of the items

I pulled from Alioth and tried to build, but got this message:

fatal: Path 'bibledit_5.0.140.orig.tar.gz.delta' does not exist in 'refs/heads/pristine-tar'
pristine-tar: git show refs/heads/pristine-tar:bibledit_5.0.140.orig.tar.gz.delta failed
gbp:error: Couldn't checkout "bibledit_5.0.140.orig.tar.gz": it exited with 128

You probably need to run 'git push --all --tags' to get the upstream and
pristine-tar branches updated on the remote.  Looking at the head
commits of both of those branches, they are still on a 4.9 verison.

Also, I agree that uploading to mentors would not be especially

Feel free to update the branches at your convenience and then I will
build and review the package.



On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 03:44:16PM +0000, Teus Benschop wrote:
>    Hi Roberto,
>    All issues were now attended to, as follows:
>    1. The debian/README* was removed because it does not provide useful
>    information.
>    2. All lintian messages for the source and for the binary including
>    bibledit-data were either fixed or else overridden.
>    3. All the architecture-independent data was split off into package
>    bibledit-data.
>    4. I no longer uploaded the package to [1]mentors.debian.net, as I could
>    not see the extra advantage of that.
>    5. A pristine-tar branch for git-buildpackage was added.
>    Most of the steps have been scripted now, for easier updating with a new
>    upstream tarball for in the future, so it's going to be easy to keep
>    up-to-date with upstream.
>    Teus.
>    On Wed, 29 Mar 2017 at 21:28 Roberto C. Sánchez <[2]roberto at debian.org>
>    wrote:
>      On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 09:58:58AM +0000, Teus Benschop wrote:
>      >    Hi Roberto,
>      >    I am sorry that I did not address the comments you made previously.
>      Trying
>      >    to trace down what happened, it seems the comments were buried in
>      my mail
>      >    box and I had overlooked them. 
>      >    I will attend to all four comments, and try to address them all. If
>      I
>      >    don't manage to tackle everything, I'll ask for assistance - thank
>      you in
>      >    advance for offering that.
>      Hi Teus,
>      No need to apologize.  It happens to me too :-)
>      Regards,
>      -Roberto
>      --
>      Roberto C. Sánchez
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