Hello! I'm trying to get some traction on this issue. Nothing has
moved on either debian-mentors nor debian-perl. Is there anyone that
can help me get libdevice-serialport-perl back on its feet, or point me
in the right direction?
Thanks in advance,
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From: Kees Cook <email@example.com>
Cc: Mike Mattice <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Zak B. Elep" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: RFS: libdevice-serialport-perl
Hello! This is a continuation of a thread started on d-mentors. I'm
still waiting to get this resolved, as it seems Mike Mattice is busy.
Please, what is needed to get my (or Zak's) NMU uploaded? This
fixes a pretty major regression in the package (even acknowledged below
by Mike). It would close the following bugs:
#359449, #352295, #295912, #390387, #328172, #324877
I (as the upstream) have verified that the resulting package builds and
operates correctly. I'm happy to cut an upstream 1.003 release if it'll
help clean any of this up, too. I just want to see a proper version
Can someone please sponsor this upload? I'd prefer that my version be
used (instead of Zak's) due to additional bug fixes and because then I'm
listed as an uploader. :)
Thanks in advance!
On Fri, Jan 05, 2007 at 02:05:20PM -0800, Kees Cook wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 05, 2007 at 04:00:11PM -0600, Mike Mattice wrote:
> > I'm still alive. When I'd last looked at ldsp, it appeared the nmu's were
> > pretty reasonable, but having just looked at what new stuff (yeah, I've
> > been not paying that much attention to it) has happened, it's in a pretty
> > sad state.
> Hi Mike! I'm glad to hear for you. :)
> > I just rebuilt it here and except for a couple patchable problems with one
> > of the tests (completely syntax issues that seem to come from upstream),
> > the 'make test' comes out just fine.
> "make test" is a disaster, and I'd recommend leaving it off for now,
> I've been working on a large changes to that area, as it is unreliable
> based on available hardware, state of serial ports, etc etc.
> > This is actually good to hear. The only thing I knew for certain used
> > this package when I first made it was something I'd written to talk to
> > a money order machine.
> This appears to be ldsp's common use-case. :)
> > Kees, what's the real version number of the latest release? The version on
> > your site and on CPAN are both numbered 1.002, but in your home-rolled debian/
> > dir, it's 1.2.0. These should be consistant.
> Those are very old attempts at packaging (I've dropped the debian dir in
> CVS). I'd like CPAN and Debian to agree, so 1.002 is "correct". In
> addition to the test updates, I'll be sorting out the ugliness of the
> version number too. :)
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Kees Cook @outflux.net