Re: Last call before metapackage creation for Wheezy
On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 02:15:25PM +0200, Jerome Kieffer wrote:
> I packaged pyFAI which is used for X-ray crystal diffraction and small angle scattering, so the meaningful topics are:
> physics, biology & chemetry.
$ svn diff
--- med/trunk/debian-med/tasks/bio-dev (Revision 3748)
+++ med/trunk/debian-med/tasks/bio-dev (Arbeitskopie)
@@ -121,6 +121,8 @@
Depends: libgenome-perl, libgenome-model-tools-music-perl
License: Eclipse Public License (EPL) + exception
--- science/trunk/debian-science/tasks/physics-dev (Revision 3748)
+++ science/trunk/debian-science/tasks/physics-dev (Arbeitskopie)
@@ -6,3 +6,5 @@
You might also be interested in the science-physics metapackage.
--- science/trunk/debian-science/tasks/chemistry (Revision 3748)
+++ science/trunk/debian-science/tasks/chemistry (Arbeitskopie)
@@ -45,6 +45,8 @@
Please note that I used Debian Med's metapackage for bio-dev because it
is rather a development library than a user oriented application. Debian
Science biology task implicitly depends from med-bio-dev.
I also added pyfai to physics-dev task which is *heavily*
"underpopulated" because I think we do have *a lot* of other development
packages for the use in physics. Any volunteer to check this task?
I plainly added pyfai to chemistry because we here assemble "anything"
for chemestry and there is no specific -dev package. I'm not sure
whether this is an active decision or just a historic fact. If somebody
would like to change it this is the last chance to do it for Wheezy.
> Could you please add it to the corresponding topics. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the hint and hope you are fine with the realisation of your