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Fwd: [Ubuntu] UbuntuGIS Report 9

Jerome has been working on packaging geotools this summer.

I'm just forwarding some of his work.


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From: Jerome Villeneuve Larouche <jlarouche@mapgears.com>
Date: Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 3:56 PM
Subject: Re: [Ubuntu] UbuntuGIS Report 9
To: Johan Van de Wauw <johan.vandewauw@gmail.com>

Well a single geotools module isn't really useful by itself like that
and the two I got working are mostly only basic dependencies for other
GT modules.
I've put some information on the UbuntuGIS wiki:

I'll try to find some time, maybe next week

On 14-10-27 10:22 AM, Johan Van de Wauw wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 2:40 PM, Jerome Villeneuve Larouche
> <jlarouche@mapgears.com> wrote:
>> Hi Johan,
>> What I ended up with were mostly tests packages not really ready for a real
>> debian release and possibly not really useful.
>> You can find the packages that works(JTS, JSR275) at :
>> https://scm.mapgears.com/packages/debian
> I don't see them. Is it possible I don't have access?
>> I haven't really had time to look in packaging a lot since GSoC ended and I
>> started working full time.
>> If you think JTS or JSR should be included in debian, I'll try to find some
>> time to polish them and make them ready.
> sure do so, otherwise this work will be lost. For SJR275, please start
> by filing an ITP bug! JTS is already in debian, it should be upgraded.
> I can review your changes.
> I'm just wondering if there is not something else you have to share,
> like the gt-opengis. What was the problem there? Even things which did
> not make it to a package may be useful to share (in a mail/wiki/...)
> Ege  how you derived the dependencies for geotools/geoserver? Is there
> a list somewhere we could use. What problems did you encounter?

Jérôme Villeneuve Larouche

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