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Bug#658065: RFS: atlas-cpp/0.6.2-1 [ITA] -- WorldForge wire protocol library

On 02/10/2012 05:18 PM, Ansgar Burchardt wrote:
>>>   dget -x
>>> http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/a/atlas-cpp/atlas-cpp_0.6.2-1.dsc
>  * There are files licensed under the GFDL in tutorial/example.
> debian/changelog:
>  * typo: rpsth -> rpath
>  * What does "updated the -doc package files" mean?
>  * Why "more" in "added more zlib and libbz build dependencies"?

I have reworded debian/changelog for clarification and added a clause to
debian/copyright for the example files.  A new source package has been
uploaded to mentors.debian.net.

> Minor upstream nitpicks:
>  * I find it helpful if license statements include the version of the
> license explicitly (as the example ones in the GPL do), same for
> explicitly stating that there are no invariant sections etc.
>  * README claims this was atlas-c++ 0.7.x which does not seem to be true.

I will bring these issues up with the upstream.  They have a number of
similar issues in other parts of their software suite.

Stephen M. Webb  <stephen.webb@bregmasoft.ca>

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