Hi, Sorry about bad filled report, it was my first attempt to use reportbug (after a failure of M-x debian-bug-intend-to-package). In fact I'm the main developer of the tool (pgloader), made the packaging and already am in touch with a debian developper for sponsorship! Le Thursday 29 November 2007 19:32:43 Micha Lenk, vous avez écrit : > For which values of x, y, and z? > You should specify the version here. First to enter debian will be 2.2.5~dev-1, or 2.2.5 if ready by the time I get the packaging completely right :) > > Upstream Author : Name <firstname.lastname@example.org> > You should provide real data about the upstream author here. Dimitri Fontaine <email@example.com>, as in --email option and subsequent rebortbug screens. > > * URL : http://www.example.org/ > You should provide a real URL here, i.e. the URL where you downloaded > pgloader from. The URL where it is available to download is the following: http://pgfoundry.org/frs/?group_id=1000092 http://pgfoundry.org/projects/pgloader/ > > * License : (GPL, LGPL, BSD, MIT/X, etc.) > Under which license is pgloader published? BSD. > > Programming Lang: (C, C++, C#, Perl, Python, etc.) > Please investigate the languages really used and provide the information > here. Python. > > > Description : loads flat data files into PostgreSQL > > > > pgloader imports data from a flat file and insert it into a database > > table. It uses a flat file per database table, and you can configure as > > many Sections as you want, each one associating a table name and a data > > file. > > . > > Data are parsed and rewritten, then given to PostgreSQL COPY command. > > Parsing is necessary for dealing with end of lines and eventual trailing > > separator characters, and for column reordering: your flat data file may > > not have the same column order as the databse table has. > > IMHO you can ommit the second paragraph. It explains implementation > details which in this case aren't important for the question whether a > administrator/user wants to install this package or not. Fair enough, will shorten the long description entry from debian/control. Thanks for reviewing this ITP, -- dim I decry the current tendency to seek patents on algorithms. There are better ways to earn a living than to prevent other people from making use of one's contributions to computer science. -- D. E. Knuth
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