New Octave support
On Sat, Jan 27, 2018 at 09:57:26AM +0100, Rafael Laboissi?re wrote:
> The Debian Octave-Forge packages will soon use a fully debhelper-based
> infrastructure in their building, through the new package dh-octave, instead
> of the old CDBS-based package octave-pkg-dev. Notice that both
> octave-pkg-dev and dh-octave can peacefully coexist, but the former will be
> deprecated when the migration will be completed.
> I made the appropriate changes in Git for autodep8, in the branch "octave".
> If there is no objection, I propose to upload a new version of the package
> to unstable.
As far as I am concerned you own the octave support and can do whatever
you want with it (as long as the generated tests exercise the installed
packages and not the source tree).
> Please, tell me which version number should be used (0.11 or 0.10.1).
0.11. I like to reserve the third component for bug fixes.
> Also, tell me if the following Lintian warnings should be addressed in
> the upcoming upload:
> P: autodep8 source: package-uses-old-debhelper-compat-version 9
> I: autodep8 source: out-of-date-standards-version 4.1.0 (current is 4.1.3)
Yes, if can work on them, please do.
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