Packaging libjs-jquery >= 1.10, and python-xstatic-* packages
It's looking like jquery >= 1.10 isn't compatible with <=1.9, and it's a
problem for packaging OpenStack horizon (ie: the web UI for OpenStack).
As we're close to the freeze, I don't think the release team would love
to have such high profile transition.
So I'd like to restart the topic: would it make sense to package 2
versions of jquery? Alternatively, I could package
python-xstatic-jquery, which contains 126.96.36.199, and not do a symlink to
what's shipped by libjs-jquery (which was my original plan).
FYI, I'll have soon to deal with this:
This means I'll have to package:
python-xstatic-spin>=188.8.131.52 # MIT License
FYI, the python-xstatic- are made especially for distribution, and I
find it a good initiative, which may simplify a lot of our package
I'd be very happy to read opinions and advices on this topic.
Thomas Goirand (zigo)