Hi, On 17/02/2023 13:03, Torrance, Douglas wrote:
Hi Jerome, On Fri 17 Feb 2023 12:33:17 PM +01, Jerome BENOIT <email@example.com> wrote:What is the relation between the python material provided by normaliz and the one provided by pynormaliz ? In other words, will we need of the python material provided by normaliz ? or can we forget it (as the current normaliz Debian package do) ? Note that I am maintaining the normaliz Debian package.They're the same. The "PyNormaliz" directory in the normaliz tarball is created by cloning the PyNormaliz repository. See . I figured that since they're maintained in separate git repositories and have distinct version numbers, it made sense to keep them as separate source packages.
Indeed. In short, I can continue to ignore the Python part of Normaliz and I can assume that you take care of the Python part as soon as you can. Thanks, Jerome
Doug  https://github.com/Normaliz/Normaliz/blob/5a5fd20954068301abc6227b8f041b4aa5d9e1e7/Makefile.am#L71-L74
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