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Re: Some patches for gmap from Debian

Hi Michael,

Thanks for sending the patches.  I am willing to make all of them part of the source code going forward, except for the last set, where you remove getline.c and getopt.c.  That is because my version of getline.c has some procedures that are not present in the standard getline.c.  Also, I don't know if everyone's system has getopt.c, so it seems safest if I include it for other people.  Would it be okay if I renamed those files, so they do not conflict with your system file names?

As for the version control, the code has been on our in-house subversion for a long time, and I am in the process of moving it to Git.  When that happens, I believe I can put the code onto a public Github repository, although I do need to get approval first from our Legal department.  I will be working on the SVN-to-Git conversion later this year.



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On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 11:03 PM Michael R. Crusoe <crusoe@debian.org> wrote:
Dear Thomas,

I wanted you to know about some patches that Debian-Med volunteers added
to gmap when we package it for Debian:





One question from us: is there a publicly accessible version control
system for the gmap source code? We would like to link to it, and we
could also provide these and future patches in the form of

Many thanks for providing your software under an open source license.


Michael R. Crusoe       

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