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Re: Packaging shiny-server (Was: Bug#886815: ITP: r-cran-git2r -- GNU R access to Git repositories)


On Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 10:43:55PM +0100, Philip Rinn wrote:
> On 10.01.2018 at 14:40, Andreas Tille wrote:
> > Feel free to commit any changes you consider an enhancement!
> already did and the package builds now at least.

If I remember correctly the status I reached with the old version was
also "Builds - but does not install since the server does not start".
> > I would work down the list or r-cran-* packages step by step and than see how 
> > complicated the actual shiny-server packaging is.
> As I said, I don't think there are any left (besides rmarkdown, which you are
> working on).

Yep, next target.
> > I vaguely remember the nodejs stuff was quite complex - specifically for me 
> > since I have no idea about all this nodejs / JS stuff at all.
> Yes, there are a lot of nodejs dependencies which seem not to be packaged (didn't
> check ITPs / RFPs):
> node-client-sessions
> node-http-proxy
> node-morgan
> node-pause
> node-regexp-quote
> node-rewire
> node-shiny-server-client -> https://github.com/rstudio/shiny-server-client/
> node-sockjs
> node-stable
> node-unixgroups -> https://github.com/rstudio/node-unixgroups/
> I have absolutely no experience in packaging this stuff :-(

Same for me. :-(

I'm somehow optimistic that these all follow a common scheme.

Kind regards



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