Re: Packaging fsa for Debian
is there any active development of fsa and could anybody please answer
the questions below?
On Mon, Aug 18, 2014 at 03:11:24PM +0200, Andreas Tille wrote:
> I'm writing you on behalf of the Debian Med team which is interested in
> packaging fsa for Debian since it fits nicely into all other software we
> assembled for biological research inside main Debian. Specifically
> the fact that it is recommended when using t-coffee has inspired me to
> do the packaging work.
> The Debian build process is designet to run a test suite if available
> and so it also tried to run the tests target of fsa. However, it seems
> you do not provided the files needed to run the test suite in your
> download tarball. I just got:
> No rule to make target 'apps/isect_d.unmappable.bash', needed by 'apps/isect_d.unmappable.bash.log'. Stop.
> Is there any chance to include the full or at least a stripped down test
> suite into the tarball?
> Moreover I tried to create manpages for all binaries which were created
> by the build process via help2man. However I failed for the following
> Simply calling these scripts either plain or with --help option endet up
> Segmentation fault
> I think this should be fixed.
> Kind regards and thanks for providing fsa as free software
>  http://blends.debian.org/med/tasks/bio#fsa
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