Bug#298729: Config::Grammar ITP & Smokeping
On Sat, Mar 12, 2005 at 09:28:43PM +0100, Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo wrote:
> > I'm planning to package the Config::Grammar Perl module, previously
> > known as ISG::ParseConfig, for Debian (ITP #298729; Cc'd). This is the
> > module Smokeping uses for configuration parsing, but I hope it would be
> > interesting on its own too.
> Do you know any other project using it?
No, I don't.
> If there are more packages using it, it can be interesting to have it
> packaged in a different binary. If this happens I would like to have it
> removed from smokeping sources. But the main thing is to really think if
> it is really useful being an independient source package.
Config::Grammar has gained a lot of new functionality with Smokeping 2.0,
which is the main reason I thought about having it packaged. It is now
much more strict about parsing the config file, and gives sensible
error messages when it can.
But I guess you're right - with only one package depending on it,
there's not much point after all.
> If you consider that the module is useful, please package it yourself.
OK. I think I'll leave the ITP open for now in the hope the module
suddenly becomes more popular and somebody wants it in Debian :)
(I hope this is proper behaviour; if not, please correct me.)
> Even I would like to offer you comaintainership of smokeping. We can put
For the record, we're continuing this discussion elsewhere.