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Re: RFS: steadyflow (now in Ubuntu)

The reason I added libappindicator-dev | hello was to avoid this
dependency being the only delta between Debian and Ubuntu. This way I'd
be able to sync from Debian into Ubuntu without changes. If that's flat
out unacceptable, I'll leave the dependency out and add it in Ubuntu
only until libappindicator appears in Debian.

As for the second reason, it's strange - it built last time I checked.
I'll look into it.

10.07.2011 21:36, Michael Tautschnig wrote:
> Hi,
>> I have updated my steadyflow package on mentors to the latest upstream version 
>> 0.1.7, based on the version of the package I got approved into Ubuntu Oneiric. 
>> I would be grateful if someone could review and sponsor the package.
>> I'm upstream and a DM, and if I have the DM-Upload-Allowed flag set on this 
>> package, I'll be able to maintain it from now on in both Debian and Ubuntu 
>> without any need for further sponsorship.
> The package looks mostly fine as far as the formal aspects are concerned, but
> there are two practical problems:
> - libappindicator-dev doesn't exist in Debian, and I do have certain doubt that
>   the autobuilders would successfully resolve the alternative depends to hello.
>   I'd suggest removing libappindicator-dev from the build dependencies.
> - The package FTBFS:
> [...]
> -- Checking for libappindicator...
> -- checking for module 'appindicator-0.1'
> --   package 'appindicator-0.1' not found
> -- checking for a minimum Vala version of 0.12.0
> CMake Error at cmake/ValaVersion.cmake:88 (message):
>   Vala version 0.12.0 or greater is required.
> Call Stack (most recent call first):
>   CMakeLists.txt:35 (ensure_vala_version)
> Hope this helps,
> Michael

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