Hi Miguel, > Today I was able to build libspring-java with what is > available in Debian. I committed a couple of patches to fix > the build (related with JRuby and JPA 2.0). I've removed glassfish-jpa from build-classpath (embed JPA 1.0 API - instead of JPA 2.0 provided by geronimo). > Also I committed a small fix for spring-build and regarding > castor, it is awaiting for sponsoring (Torsten was reviewing > it). OK, fine. [...] > * Why the ITP bug for spring-build is blocked by > libspring-java? spring-build should block libspring-java, > isn't? Or am I wrong here? I think this package is ready, at > least it is working for me. I've made a mistake here. "block by" relationship should be reversed. spring-build as some huge blocking issue for now : their is no copyright assignement and/or licence in source package. If you have time, you should try to contact SpringSource (via mail and/or JIRA) about this issue. > * libhibernate3-java (>= 3.5) is meant to be released with squeeze? > I didn't notice this dependency until very recently. I hope we can release with libhibernate3-java 3.5.x but many packages have to be tested before we can do that. Regarding reverse Build-Depends, we have : ------- ehcache libspring-2.5-java libhibernate-annotations-java eucalyptus oscache jbossas4 libhibernate-entitymanager-java libhibernate-validator-java jasperreports libspring-webflow-2.0-java ------- > * Probably depending on the previous question, do you think > libspring-java could be uploaded to unstable soon and be > included in squeeze? I don't think we can release libspring-java with Squeeze until we manage to migrate libhibernate 3.5 to unstable (I don't want to many big patch applied to source like I did for Spring 2.5 : we should no drift to much regarding upstream dependencies) Cheers, -- Damien - Debian Developper http://wiki.debian.org/DamienRaudeMorvan
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