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Re: qiime REMOVED from testing

On 21/01/14 20:32, Andreas Tille wrote:
> [...] #731190 which boils down to the question why libjogl-java is not
> available on kfreebsd.

AFAICT that package has never been available on kfreebsd:

I'm currently not sure of the best action to take:

If that package is only needed for qiime to work on Linux, the
dependency could be limited to [linux-any].

Or if that package crucial for qiime to work at all, you can only
request its removal from kfreebsd.  (From unstable - by filing a bug
with ftpmaster).

Or with luck, someone might be able to get libjogl-java built on
kfreebsd.  (I think changes to gluegen2 are needed).

There's a more immediate problem that qiime now FTBFS on kfreebsd-*:

>    http://buildd.debian-ports.org/status/package.php?p=libjogl-java
> shows and kfreebsd is not even on the list of architectures any more.

That's the wrong page - that's the debian-ports.org infrastructure.
Architectures for Debian sid are here:


I'm curious why it talks about 'downloading', it's not really
downloading source code during the build, I hope?

> FastTree.c downloaded successfully.
> FastTree built.
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "setup.py", line 183, in <module>
>     if download_UCLUST():
>   File "setup.py", line 140, in download_UCLUST
>     raise SystemError, ("Platform not supported by UCLUST")
> SystemError: Platform not supported by UCLUST

Seems like some porting is needed, maybe not much.  I'm looking into it
right now...

Steven Chamberlain

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