Re: RFS: snpomatic
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> thanks for working on it. I hope upstream will follow your request
> to add proper versioning.
So do I, let's see how things develop.
> I uploaded to new but would like to mention the minor nitpicking
> has lots of patch chunks that are just removing space which makes
> reading to the real content of the patch a bit nasty.
True. In general I consider trailing whitespace something to be
removed wherever encountered, but if you reckon that people will be
re-reading the patch I am happy to oblige ;)
> I'd recommend removing these spacing-changing chunks in a next
> version of the package.
Sure, no problem at all.
Thanks for the upload,
> On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 03:46:16PM +0000, Sascha Steinbiss wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have prepared snpomatic as a dependency for REAPR (to come). I
> would be happy if someone could take a look in git. Apart from the
> missing watch file (no releases tagged by upstream) it is lintian
> clean and builds reproducibly. Looking forward to your comments!
> Thanks Sascha
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