Re: Yaml-cpp now in collab-maint git (Was: Maintaining yaml-cpp in collab-maint? (Was: [MoM] Packaging OpenSurgSim))
On Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 08:43:49PM -0500, Paul Novotny wrote:
> > It might make sense to forward these upstream before they release.
> Will do.
> > If you consider the current status of yaml-cpp as final I'd upload
> > to experimental (which is harmless on one side and fits the current
> > Jessie freeze policy on the other side). So just ping me and I'll
> > upload if this simplifies your work on OpenSurgSim. I just want to
> > remove any stumbling stone in your MoM work.
> I made a couple more changes to yaml-cpp and pushed them to my github
> repo, after pulling your changes:
> I think this version is ready to move to experimental.
Technically yes, but I would like you to add DEP3 headers at least to
the patches you added / changed. Lintian -i -I will tell you that the
headers are missing. I consider them important for other Debian
maintainers who joing the collab-maint project as well as for upstream
if you want to forward the patches. Since I want to teach proper
packaging in MoM I would insist on these DEP3 headers. :-)
> I got it working
> with OpenSurgSim by adding yaml-cpp as a build-dep and pushed changes to
> the debian repo:
> I think things are building fine, although I will test further once
> yaml-cpp is in experimental.
I pushed the changes and will upload once DEP3 headers are added - feel
free to ask for more details if you are not sure what I mean.