Hi, I happened to have been working on 3.17 myself over the weekend, too. The upstream makefiles are indeed a bit difficult. This is particularly so since they were not aware of make -C nor of () around a chand directory and therefore upstream used full paths for everything which also made it into the scripts via sed. I have addressed that, it seems to kind of work, though I have not tested it yet. Adrian, if you went along the same lines, then fine, otherwise I would very much like to ask you to accept some patches of mine, which I am confident upstream to accept them as well. Adrian, once you have finished the packaging, please send the diff to Stefan Kurtz in Hamburg and Steven Salzberg at TIGR, both I have contacted earlier and they are very much aware of Debian, sending them greetings from us and the .diff.gz. Hamburg I know to be infected with SuSE, though. Please have a look at my attached diff and incorporate the patches to your liking. I also happily offer my comaintenance of your package. Referring to the problem of Andreas Annotate in the tigr folder is indeed strange, ldd denies it to be dynamically linked. It is linked just like the others, too, though: moeller@latitude:/mnt/hda1/home/moeller/src/mummer/mummer-3.17$ ldd bin/annotate not a dynamic executable moeller@latitude:/mnt/hda1/home/moeller/src/mummer/mummer-3.17$ file bin/annotate bin/annotate: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.2.0, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), not stripped Our group was invited to write a review article on comparative bioinformatics and autoimmune disease, in spite there not being too much to review yet. I thought of mentioning Debian a few times, partially because of MUMmer and other nice tools ready to use in there, therefore my renewed interest in this package. :-) I got the debs now, though only by commenting out the dh_shlibdebs script. Cheers, Steffen libsbml - I got a _very_ nice package for an earlier version of SMBL that also found the appreciation of the upstream developers, the later ones do not compile smoothly, reported that, need to check again. limma - I got a package for that and for most other R-bioconductor packages. There is a combined effort addressing CRAN and Bioconductor as a whole at http://alioth.debian.org/projects/pkg-bioc you found my inofficial packages of mine for cluster3 you have not found my packages for primer3 , coiled-coil, t-coffee, tigr-glimmerhmm (which was uploaded but rejected sind some binary files were found to be installed to /usr/share, should be fixable). Andreas, you uploaded t-coffee, haven't you? wise2 is tricky since its compilation depends on an earlier version of itself, this holds at least for the later versions in CVS, not for 2.2, for what I overserved.
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