Re: Bug#682205: ITP: heasoft-fv -- General FITS file browser/editor/plotter with a gui
Andreas Tille <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> However, it is not a short-term approach since
>> the package is again quite messy (like saods9) and originally uses
>> private copies of tcl, tk, itcl, itk, iwidgets and many others. If it
>> turns out that it does not work well with the current versions, I will
>> stop the packaging project.
> No problem with this. It is sometimes the fate of our packages. However,
> the sense of mentioning packages which we are working on inside the tasks
> has the sense to inform people about the status of the packaging.
Yes; this was the main reason to put it as ITP.
> This would work but it seems something is broken with the heasoft-fv
> Git archive. Neither the machine-readable gatherer (noch me after
> manually cloning it) can see any debian/ dir. Are you sure you did a
> `git push --all` ?
I am still a bit on the way to establish my workflow. In the moment, I use
* "upstream" for the original upstream package
* "upstream+dfsg" for upstream after repackaging (makes sense here since
it reduces the size to 10% and greatly simplifies the "copyright" file)
* "debian" as the Debian development branch
* "master" as the Debian release branch
Since there was still no release, "master" is empty. Checkout the
"debian" branch and the development version appears :-) -- just checked
at another computer. However, there is still not much except some
patches from the old (2001) attempt by Jens Schmalzig which I want to
check if they still apply.