On Tue, 2005-04-05 at 10:07 +0200, Miriam Ruiz wrote: > Hi, > > I'm doing my 1st packaging of a python script. It's a > program called cycle thas uses wxpython libraries and > it's distributed under GNU General Public License. > > Cycle is a calendar program for women. Given a cycle > length or statistics for several periods, it can > calculate the days until menstruation, the days of > "safe" sex, the fertile period, and the days to > ovulations, and define the d.o.b. of a child. It > allows the user to write notes and helps to supervise > the reception of hormonal contraceptive tablets. > > The website of the project is: > http://cycle.sourceforge.net/ > > You can find my packages at: > http://188.8.131.52/inniyah/cycle/ > > Apart from the fact that I still need to do a man page > for cycle, I have a couple of questions: > > 1) I'm putting python files in /usr/share/cycle/, is > this right or should they go into /usr/lib/cycle/ or > something like that? > > 2) The package is created without problem, but when > I'm installing it, I get the following message: > > Setting up cycle (0.3.0-1) ... > /usr/share/cycle/msg/msgfmt.py:86: FutureWarning: > hex/oct constants > > sys.maxint will return positive values in Python 2.4 > and up > 0x950412de, # Magic > /usr/share/cycle/msg/msgfmt.py:86: FutureWarning: > hex/oct constants > > sys.maxint will return positive values in Python 2.4 > and up > 0x950412de, # Magic > > It seems to be some kind of check in python probably > added by dh_python. Is it an upstream bug or something > in my package? Apart from that, the package seems to > work OK in the 2 computers I've tested it. > > Thanks in advance, > Miry > I'm interested in to sponsor this program since the one that I wrote didn't work (Segmentation Fault?) and now I have a 8 months son as result. -- Bruno Barrera C. "I'm a soldier, not a monster. Even though if I sometimes work for monsters."
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