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Re: Bug#1004498: RFP: toml11 -- C++11 (or later) header-only toml parser/encoder


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Am Fri, Feb 04, 2022 at 02:01:34PM +0000 schrieb Lance Lin:
> On Thursday, February 3rd, 2022 at 9:21 PM, Nilesh Patra <nilesh@debian.org> wrote:
> > Okay, here's the review:
> Thank you for the feedback. I've made a lot of these changes and I'm working through the gbp setup. I did it once before in a manual fashion but if you have any helpful tutorials that would be great. I'm also working through the package test. toml11 has an included test directory but the build instructions (make temp build directory, invoke cmake from that directory, etc.) used as an override do not work.

I can have a look but not before Monday.
> > Welcome, hope this helps. I hope Andreas can steer this discussion after this point; less time in the week :-)
> Thank you for the link, Andreas. Actually, I was participating in parts of that presentation at DebConf21.

Nice. :-)
> > I admit I can't get the connection to Debian Med.  I've never heard
> > about TOML.  If it is connected to medicine or biology a short
> > explanation inside the long description might not harm.
> I would agree that it is not connected to Debian Med. TOML is another markup language, like XML, YAML, etc. Thomas (RFP author) stated that some medical packages depend on it so it was part of this list. To this end, I've started a repository on my personal salsa.

OK, that's fine.  We usually are maintaining preconditions for medical
software here in the team.  I was simply curious why you approached our

> In this event, I will need a sponsor for the package as it is not specifically Debian Med.

We can keep it inside the team and we can do the sponsoring (but I
personally have no time over the weekend.)

Kind regards



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