On Monday, November 8, 2021 1:09:43 A.M. CST Andreas Tille wrote: > Hi, > > this mail from Jose > > Am Sat, Nov 06, 2021 at 01:33:29AM +0100 schrieb Jose Luis Rivero: > > Hello! Gazebo maintainer here, affected by this RC bug. Looking into > > upstream repository there is a potential commit that can be used to patch > > this problem until new versions land in Debian: > > > > https://github.com/InsightSoftwareConsortium/ITK/commit/840f22feb351739359 > > a8fdb55304124823a3a8c9 Are you saying this will allow ITKv4 to be built with current gcc? At present, ITK is about to be removed from testing tomorrow because it won't build. > caused me having a look into the Git repository of insighttoolkit4. > It is missing the NMU 4.13.3withdata-dfsg1-4.1 by Andreas Beckmann and > there are now the first commits done by Steve for insighttoolkit5 > version 5.2.1 which was ITPed by Ghislain. Yep, I've already uploaded ITK 5 to Debian. https://ftp-master.debian.org/new/insighttoolkit5_5.2.1-1.html > I think we need to discuss whether > > 1. We want to simply replace insighttoolkit4 (which makes the > usage of the existing repository sensible - but please inject > the NMU changes at least in d/changelog Yes. This is what I've communicated already 2-3 times on the list -- going back a year -- and in Ghislain's ITP. https://lists.debian.org/debian-med/2020/11/msg00212.html https://lists.debian.org/debian-med/2021/10/msg00149.html https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=995829#10 > 2. We should start ITK5 in a new repository and maintain both > versions at least for some time in parallel until all packages > that currently use ITK4 are migrated. If we can get ITK4 to build with current compilers, my suggestion would be to make a v4 branch in the current repository. On the other hand, it's kind of 11th hour here. I'm much more focused on replacing v4 with v5 -- which, to be fair is already more than two years old. ITK v4 is no longer supported upstream. > In any case people who are interested in ITK should coordinate their > work and talk to each other which I'd like to kindly invite you to > do here on the Debian Med mailing list (any other channel is fine for > sure). Yes, I've always used debian-med for communications. Additional hands are always welcomed. -Steve
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