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Re: Porting Poly/ML

There is an unstable suite on debian-ports.org (/etc/apt/sources.list: deb http://ftp.debian-ports.org/debian unstable main). There are also a few packages in the unreleased suite (debian-ports as well), in case you find something is missing.


On 27 Feb 2016, at 15:39, Alberto Di Fazio <adifazio2000@yahoo.it> wrote:

Hello folks of the Debian community,
I am a retired old physicist doing numerical models in astrophysics and dynamics of complex systems. Among other systems, I have 3  DEC Alpha PWS and I would like to ask: is there some chance of having a Debian version for Apha newer than Lennie, even if unstable or experimental, maybe as initiative of some of us?? (Of course if there is something, it won't be anything "official", but that doesn't matter).
So if someone knows of a Debian-Alpha version later than Lennie, please let me know.
P.S. if someone has a 2-CPU Alpha omputer/workstation/server to sell or give away, also let me know: I would probably buy it.
Thank you, and to all of you all the best greetings from Rome, Italy.   Alberto Di Fazio
Dr. Alberto Di Fazio
senior scientist,
National Institute for Astrophysics/Astronomical Observatory of Rome
member of the CNR/IGBP Italian National Commission on Global Change
Italian Focal Point of the IGBP/AIMES  Core Project (ex-GAIM)(Analysis, Integration, and Modelling of the Earth System)
president Global Dynamics Institute
permanently accredited to the COP under the UNFCCC as observer scientist

Da: James Clarke <jrtc27@jrtc27.com>
A: debian-alpha@lists.debian.org
Inviato: Sabato 27 Febbraio 2016 15:52
Oggetto: Porting Poly/ML

I maintain the polyml package, and am working on porting it to more architectures, once of which is Alpha. Could somebody with access to an Alpha build environment please checkout the wip-ports branch of https://anonscm.debian.org/git/users/jrtc27-guest/polyml.git and see if it builds? A full build log would also be useful.

Many thanks,

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