Re: RFS: gips - an isotopic pattern calculator
Thanks for having a look at the package.
Frank Küster wrote:
> Christoph Haas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>Are there multiple 0.7 versions? :)
Not that I know of. Probably mixed up the tarball with one of the dev
dir. I rebuild the package with a downloaded version.
>>- your debian/changelog looks strange :(
I hope it's better now.
>>- please tidy up the debian/rules file :(
I'm sorry, but I have no clue what you want you want me to do.
>>- building the package works well :)
>>- when I tried to use the "Help" menu item I had a segfault :(
>>Could you please fix these minor issues?
As reported above. The new files can be found at
> Some further comments:
> - you are also the upstream developer of this package. Do you use
> Debian, or would you just like to see it included in one more
> distribution? I'm asking because if you're going to maintain it, you
> should be using it on Debian.
The program is developed and used with debian.
> - There's a manpage for gips in the debian directory, why not in the
> upstream tarball?
To write a proper documentation is still somewhere on the todo list :(
This very basic man page was added for the debian package. It will be
added to the next upstream version.
> - Since the package will depend on X, it would be nice to have a hint in
> the description that there's also a command line tool. And that it
> produces gnuplot output, anyway.
The command line tool is not part of this package and is therefore not
mentioned. It's not included in order to start things simple. On a
longer time scale it is planned to split the program into a library, a
command line tool and a GUI as supposed previously:
> - Upstream issue: The tarball happens to contain a copy of the GPL, but
> nowhere does it say that this license applies to the other contents.
> It should, please read the "How to apply" section in COPYING.
The sourcefiles are marked as supposed here:
Nevertheless I seems that the template I borrwed from somewhere was not
complete also something I will take care off in the next upstream release.
> It also is practice to include the paragraphs cited here in
> debian/copyright, not only "It's GPL, text is at...". I don't know
> whether this is mandatory, though.
I included the paragraphs.