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Re: RFS: prinseq-lite: added dependencies to fix autopkgtest failures

Hi Étienne,

On Sat, May 16, 2020 at 09:53:08AM +0200, Étienne Mollier wrote:
> I had a look at the QA page of prinseq-lite and saw a failure in 
> the autopkgtest[1].  The prinseq-graphs command is missing two
> dependencies, and thus choke on the following test:
> 	prinseq-graphs --version

Thanks again for the valuable input!
> [1] https://ci.debian.net/data/autopkgtest/testing/amd64/p/prinseq-lite/5496117/log.gz
> I brought the adequate fix on Salsa, and readied the version
> 0.20.4-4 for upload in sid.

... just building for upload.
> Bringing tests is definitely a good thing for verifying the
> packaging, even the simpler tests are most welcome!  :)

I fully agree.  BTW, in the debian/TODO you wrote about the missing
Statistics::PCA.  As far as my experience with Perl modules packaging
reaches its relatively easy to create Perl packages.  Do you want to
take the challenge to enable us providing fully featured prinseq-graphs?

You might like to ask for help in Debian Perl team which is extremely

BTW, next time please make sure that the changelog date is later
than the previous changelog - lintian throws errors about it.  I
usually create the last changelog entry by doing

   dch -r

(if not using routine-update -f which is doing the very same).

Thanks again



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