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Re: python-cdd ???

El Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 01:39:10PM -0300, Otavio Salvador va escriure:
> On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 03:49, Andreas Tille <tille@debian.org> wrote:
> > when seeking site:debian.org for not yet replaced strings of CDD (some
> > Wiki pages had dangling symlinks) I noticed by chance that you keep on
> > maintaining the package python-cdd (other authors inside the code in CC
> > as well as blends list).  I found 10 hits on debian-custom list about
> > this back in 2006 (when I was occupied by real life issues) and I have
> > even seen responding me to one post with the request to add some
> > documentation.  I admit I totally lost it out of focus and forgot about
> > its existence - schame on me (and I obviosely missed the chance to
> > dicsuss with you about it at DebConf :-().
> No problem; in fact I took too long to reply to this mail since I was
> processing the work backlog until this weekend :-D
> > Could you please give some short overview about usage.  According to
> > your advise I tried `pydoc cdd` which is refering to
> > http://projetos.ossystems.com.br/python-cdd which throws 404 and there
> > is not really much information given by pydoc.
> Indeed something to be fixed; I will try to find some time to put it
> into GitHub that is where we have been using for public repositories
> at work.
> > The only thing that I can find vie apt-cache rdepends is
> > debpartial-mirror which is using python-cdd.
> >
> > So could you please be a bit more verbose about its use.  Is there any
> > use in our Blends effort?  I'm specifically asking because I would like
> > to do some code rewrite sooner or later and I would like to make sure
> > that I will not miss some helpful code.
> It might be useful; it has support to "solve" package depends and then
> it provides a nice problem solver for packages; you might find it
> useful.

Hmm, reading that I've remembered that when I was working on LliureX I
developed a tool taking some code from Otavio's effort, I haven't done
anything with it in a long time, but if you want to take a look, the latest
packages I built are in:




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