Fwd: Bug#454564: ITP: libjtds-java -- Pure Java (type 4) JDBC 3.0 driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase
On Fri, Dec 07, 2007 at 02:58:53AM -0300, Martín Ferrari wrote:
> Hi there,
> I just packaged libjtds-java, because I need it, and it seems like a
> package that many people would use... Saving some copyright issues
> (I'm soooo tired of this, when using java apps) I think it is ready to
> go. I had to severely cut parts of it to make it dfsg free (many
> missing copyright notices), but nothing too important: stuff for
> windows, code that seems dead, and test cases. I've tried running the
> test cases against the local sql server, and *most* of them run well.
> But I don't know if the original version would run them ok. I also had
> to replace all the libs/ with packages in debian, sometimes not the
> exact package. The only thing left is one file without copyright, but
> it seems reasonable to assume the same copyright, as it was from the
> same commit as many other files. (I also have filed a bug in source
> So the question is, I better maintain it by myself, or the group is
> interested in it? I'm not a member, but if you add me (tincho-guest)
> I'd be happy to put it under the group's umbrella. Also, I'd welcome
> reviews of the package.
Its up to you. When you decide it should be maitained under the Debian
Java maintainers umbrella you can (and probably should) still maintain
the package as it would be otherwise some burden for the team to
maintain packages that is probably noone in the team using.
If you want I can add you to the pkg-java group on alioth. This gives
you SVN access.
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