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Bug#663916: New phonetisaurus package available


Il 16/10/2012 17:12, Jakub Wilk ha scritto:
> * Giulio Paci <giuliopaci@gmail.com>, 2012-10-13, 15:54:
>> How can I set Built-Using field? Should I set it by hand? Is it possible to set it automatically?
> Value of this field must be generated at build time. Unfortunately, there are currently no convenient tools to help you with this task; see bug #689062. In the mean time,
> you can take a look at how other packages do it:
> $ grep-aptavail -F Built-Using . -s Source:Package -n | sort -u
> binutils-mingw-w64 (2)
> debian-installer (20120930)
> debian-installer-netboot-images
> gamera
> gcc-mingw-w64 (7)
> gdb-mingw-w64 (5)
> mednafen
> nvidia-graphics-modules (304.48+2)
> win32-loader
> xen

Thank you very much. I read the bug thread and I added a Built-Using field (I used mednafen as a base).

I just tried to collect the list of maintainers for the package that you suggested are using utf8-cpp (drizzle fife gdcm gource librime libvoikko love md5deep megaglest
mkvtoolnix paraview ruby-passenger supertuxkart vtk), however I have problems obtaining the list:
The following command:

for i in drizzle fife gdcm gource librime libvoikko love md5deep megaglest mkvtoolnix paraview ruby-passenger supertuxkart vtk; do echo $i; LANG=C apt-cache show $i | grep
Maintainer; done

On my system results in:

Maintainer: Tobias Frost <tobi@coldtobi.de>
Maintainer: Tobias Frost <tobi@coldtobi.de>
E: No packages found
E: No packages found
Maintainer: Andrew Caudwell <acaudwell@gmail.com>
E: No packages found
E: No packages found
Maintainer: Debian Games Team <pkg-games-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Maintainer: Debian Forensics <forensics-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Maintainer: Debian Games Team <pkg-games-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Maintainer: Christian Marillat <marillat@debian.org>
Maintainer: Debian Science Team <debian-science-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Maintainer: Debian Ruby Extras Maintainers <pkg-ruby-extras-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Maintainer: Debian Games Team <pkg-games-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org>

How did you get the list? fife, gdcm, librime and libvoikko seem not to exist, while vtk seems to be a virtual package.

>> Can you point some reference that will help me understanding what will happen when new releases of libsparsehash-dev will be released (and phonetisaurus will need
>> recompilation)?
> Nothing will happen automatically. But if someone (you, or sparsehash maintainer, or somebody else) decides it would be beneficial to rebuild phonetisaurus against new
> sparsehash, they can ask the Release Team to schedule binNMUs, i.e. recompilation without source changes. See also:
> https://wiki.debian.org/binNMU

I read this quickly. But it starts being more clear to me.

> Now looking again at the copyright file:
>> Files: src/3rdparty/utf8/* src/3rdparty/utf8.h
> The directory has been renamed, please update it.


>> License: MIT-like
> The license UTF8-CPP uses is commonly know as Boost Software License, Version 1.0, so a short name like "BSL-1.0" or "Boost-1.0" might be better here.

I chose "Boost-1.0".

>> Files: src/3rdparty/google/*
> This directory has been renamed, too.



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