Re: For those who care about batik
Sylvestre Ledru wrote:
>>>> In addition, the debian/copyright file needs updating: most of the
>>>> files are Apache 2.0 (and not 1.1), but some files are public domain.
>>>> You might also want to make it a little more clear how the .dfsg archive
>>>> was made... (debian/README.debian only says about 0.94.dfsg, not the
>>>> 0.95 version !).
>>> Where did you see files in public domain ?
>> Using licensecheck, I picked up a few -- I'll have a look into it later.
> Are you sure ?
> The command:
> $ licensecheck -r .|grep -i domain|wc -l
> is returning 0.
Yep. I seemed to have seen more, but now I only find this one:
>> I switched fop.sh to java-wrappers. You can see that it lead to a
>> significant decrease of the size ;-)... Could you check it works fine ?
>> If that is the case, I'll switch the other wrapper too, and we'll upload
>> to main/experimental (there are no reasons to keep it out of main, now !).
> Many thanks. It is indeed giving very nice startup script. I will think
> about using it in my packages.
;-) ... Please go ahead ! I think it is nice to be able to provide a
consistent user interface for java wrapper scripts, rather than the
> While we are talking about "Java rendering" packages, I also updated
> xmlgraphics-commons to the version 1.3.1. Could you upload it to
> experimental too ? (I need it for jeuclid )
The 1.2 version is waiting in NEW. No need to upload a newer version
for now. I'll do that when it is accepted.
> FOP is working without any problem with this version (it is the one I am
> using to test it).
I'll find some time to switch the other script and then I'll upload it.
Vincent Fourmond, Debian Developer
It was funny how people were people everywhere you went, even if the
people concerned weren't the people the people who made up the phrase
``people are people everywhere'' had traditionally thought of as people.
-- Terry Pratchet, The Fifth Elephant
Vincent, not listening to anything for now