Re: netCDF Strategy
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Thanks for starting this netCDF thread on debian-gis@, I took the
liberty to fix the subject a bit.
On 01/15/2015 07:06 PM, Ross Gammon wrote:
> On 01/15/2015 09:52 AM, Nico Schlömer wrote: I can see the C
> library package name has been changed to libnetcdfc7 in your
> `split-c-f-cxx` branch. We should double check this, as many
> packages would need bugs to be filed to update their dependencies.
> Now the package only contains the C library, and the fortran, and
> C++ libraries have to be package separately. This is necessary,
> because there are many packages depending on them as well (See 
> & ). The tarballs are here:
> http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/downloads/netcdf/index.jsp libcf0 does
> not seem to have any reverse dependencies. There is also a java
> package that we might as well do at the same time?
> I think it would be a good idea to finalise your package and get
> it uploaded to "experimental" soon. It will take some time to
> confirm that all these dependencies work with the new library
> before we move it to unstable.
> I am happy to help package the fortran & C++ libraries if you wish.
> I am sure Bas would help if he has time as well. We would probably
> need to coordinate these packages as part of the transition.
I totally agree that the split-c-f-cxx branch needs to be finalized
and uploaded to experimental, and that the other language libraries
need to be packaged too. Maybe you can already start with the Fortran
and C++ libraries?
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