On ഞായര് 01 ഒക്ടോബര് 2017 01:21 രാവിലെ, Sean Whitton wrote: > Hello, > > On Sat, Sep 30 2017, Christian Seiler wrote: > >> Ack. Wouldn't it be preferable to just include a copy of the prebuilt >> node-d3-color "binary" alongside its actual source tarball and have >> debian/rules just copy the prebuilt "binary" for now? That would >> fulfill one of the widely accepted use cases for contrib (needs >> something currently not in Debian to build, but is otherwise free >> software - see e.g. the VirtualBox BIOS requiring a non-free compiler) >> much closer than downloading stuff from the network. > > This does seem preferable to the current situation. > I just discovered a better way. I can use babel (which is on its way to main, currently in NEW) instead of rollup and node-d3-color can go to main. rollup has transpile+bundling features. In this case, we can replace the transpile feature with babel. gitlab uses webpack anyway for bundling (hence we don't need rollup for bundling in this case).
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