Re: RFS: libsbml
What a coincidence! Maybe it is just because the number of sbml users
is larger and larger. :-)
I have try to use gcj-4.1 and free-java-sdk, but It always fail to
build. The potential cause may be the swig version or anything else, but
I didn't try to patch it. In the other hand, the sun-java work fine.
Considering that the sun-java is open-sourcing , I think this dependence
may not be a problem in the future. Anyway, if this dependence can be
fixed, it is always better.
btw, I write a dependence to g++-3.4, but it seems unnecessary. g++-4.1
work fine with a little change in source code.
I'd be glad to colaborate with you. ;-)
On 二, 2007-01-30 at 16:37 +0900, Moriyoshi Koizumi wrote:
> Hello there,
> Just a side note: I'm a full-time scientific programmer at the Keio
> University, working specifically on the E-Cell project
> (http://www.e-cell.org/ ) that aims to create a versatile in-silico
> simulator and related toolkits.
> 2007/1/29, Steffen Moeller <email@example.com>:
> > Dear Changyan (also, please correct/apologize if I address you wrongly),
> > dear Charles,
> > this is quite a coincidence.
> I'm also surprised at the coincidence that happened merely in a week :-)
> > The SBML libraries have two rather ancient ITPs (#241111,#277748) of mine and
> > Andrea Tasso. Just last week I got a patch to my diff.gz. thus bringing it
> > up to the latest level, sent in by Moriyoshi Koizumi who is on this email's
> > CC line.
> > The idea we came up with last week was to prepare an entry on the Debian-Med
> > SVN (http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-med/,
> > http://svn.debian.org/wsvn/debian-med) for the package. Andreas volunteered
> > as an initial sponsor and I volunteered to take over sponsoring once I am
> > accepted as a DD.
> > Dear Moriyoshi and dear Changyan, please get in contact with each other for an
> > exchange of ideas for the package. Whoever wishes to go forward with the
> > maintenance should do so. A SVN-based group maintenance would be preferable
> > from my point of view as it does not harm and is much fun if it works out
> > nicely. It is in no way required, though. Andreas?
> Sure I will. Would anyone give some advice what is necessary to
> collaborate on it right now?
> I so far got my alioth account (moriyoshi-guest). I'm rather new to
> the arrangement of the Debian development though I've been involved in
> several opensource projects in the past, so any help would be
> > > It is very good news to see these packages arriving in Debian.
> > > Unfortunately, I am completely ignorant of java, so I can not review
> > > them. I have however one small comment: it has been said some time ago
> > > on debian-devel that having packages with very similar descriptions is
> > > disturbing when people make keyword-based searches. Maybe you could try
> > > to give a specific description for each package ?
> Just my two yen's worth: Despite the following statement mentioned in
> the quoted mail, sun-java wasn't necessary for me to build the Java
> package. libgcj-dev will suffice because they shares the same ABI and
> pretty much the same thing did in many other Debian java library
> packages AFAIK.
> > > > Section : contrib/science(because to compile the java binding
> > > > package use sun-java)