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Re: Bug#842815: Help needed for HDF5 1.10 transition of libsis-jhdf5-java

Hello Andreas,

The versioning is <year>.<month>.<patch level>. So the next release will be something like 18.09.0 or 18.10.0. If you call the pre-release 18.08, you will be fine.

All the best,

On August 7, 2018 4:39:33 PM GMT+02:00, Andreas Tille <andreas@an3as.eu> wrote:
Hello Bernd,

On Sun, Aug 05, 2018 at 09:01:10PM +0200, Bernd Rinn wrote:
Hello Andreas,

There are some good news: For porting JHDF5 to HDF 1.10, I got help from
Gerd Heber. I have been fixing some looes ends in the last couple of
days and now the porting is now. I still want to do some improvements to
the library (not dependent on the underlying HDF5 version) and need to
work on the Windows build, but there is nothing that would keep you from
updating the port in Debian unstable. The build procedure for Linux
won't change anymore.

The current version of JHDF5 building on top of HDF5 1.10.3-pre1, you
will find in (branch master):


That's pretty good news and the move to a Gitlab instance as development
platform also helps a lot to obtain your sources in a convenient way.
However, I'm a bit confused about the versioning. Can you give some
hint what version I should use for the libsis-jhdf5-java package. The
old version was 14.12.6 and I wonder what might be your next versioning
step. I simply want to make sure that this prerelease has a highter
version than 14.12.6 but a lower version than your next official release.

I plan to do in about 2 weeks time a JHDF5 pre-release to get feedback
from users outside my organization. The release should then be based on
HDF5 1.10.3 once that version has been released by the HDF group. If you
have anyone who could test the pre-release version or your port, please
feel free to forward this email to him or her.

All the best,

Same to you and thanks for your work on this


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