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Thomas Koch 05-10-2012 04:44 PM

Move libspring packaging to Git?
 
Hi,

I maybe need spring-security 3.0 to package jamwiki (do you know it?). But it
is not packaged. What's the reason? Other spring 3.x stuff is packaged.
I might help out with spring packaging. But could we move the packaging to Git
beforehand?

Regards,

Thomas Koch, http://www.koch.ro


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Miguel Landaeta 05-10-2012 06:14 PM

Move libspring packaging to Git?
 
On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 12:14 PM, Thomas Koch <thomas@koch.ro> wrote:
> I maybe need spring-security 3.0 to package jamwiki (do you know it?). But it
> is not packaged. What's the reason? Other spring 3.x stuff is packaged.
> I might help out with spring packaging. But could we move the packaging to Git
> beforehand?

Hi Thomas,

Spring Security 3.0 is almost completely packaged and the packaging is
maintained on a git repository at git.debian.org already. It hasn't
been uploaded
to the archive yet due to my lack of time to review a few remaining details.

In a few hours when I arrive to home I'll push my recent changes so you
can help to get this work done.

Cheers,

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"Damien Raude-Morvan" 05-10-2012 10:25 PM

Move libspring packaging to Git?
 
Le jeudi 10 mai 2012 18:44:04, Thomas Koch a écrit :
> Hi,

Hi Thomas!

> I maybe need spring-security 3.0 to package jamwiki (do you know it?). But
> it is not packaged. What's the reason? Other spring 3.x stuff is packaged.
> I might help out with spring packaging. But could we move the packaging to
> Git beforehand?

Miguel already gave feedback on spring-security 3.0 package so I'll just
comment on moving spring packages to git. I think it will be great, if you
have time, to move all spring-core related packages to a git repository on
alioth (so namely libspring-java and spring-build helper tool).

Thanks!

Regards,
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Miguel Landaeta 05-11-2012 02:01 AM

Move libspring packaging to Git?
 
On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 1:44 PM, Miguel Landaeta <miguel@miguel.cc> wrote:
> On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 12:14 PM, Thomas Koch <thomas@koch.ro> wrote:
> In a few hours when I arrive to home I'll push my recent changes so you
> can help to get this work done.

The repository is available at
git://git.debian.org/git/pkg-java/libspring-security-java.git.

Feel free to ask me any question about this package.

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Thomas Koch 05-16-2012 08:15 AM

Move libspring packaging to Git?
 
Miguel Landaeta:
> The repository is available at
> git://git.debian.org/git/pkg-java/libspring-security-java.git.
>
> Feel free to ask me any question about this package.

Hi Miguel,

thank you for working on this.

- Would you be so kind to sign the Git tags? The signature basically tells me
that you're kind of sure that the Git repo contains the original upstream code
without malicious changes by a third party.

- Why do you add ".RELEASE" to the upstream tags? Should this suffix also go in
the final Debian package version number?

- Some people do the debianization in the master branch and I also prefer to
have the debian/ dir already checked out when cloning from git.debian.org.
What's your preference?

- There's no pristine-tar branch. Would you like to start using it?

- the debian/00TODO file only contains one item. If that's all that's left,
could you be so kind to finish the package? Or is there more to do so that it
makes sense for me to dive into it? I've no idea so far about spring at all.

- What would you like me to do?

Regards,

Thomas Koch, http://www.koch.ro


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Miguel Landaeta 05-22-2012 07:41 PM

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Hi Thomas,

(Sorry for the delay answering this).

> - Would you be so kind to sign the Git tags? The signature basically tells me
> that you're kind of sure that the Git repo contains the original upstream code
> without malicious changes by a third party.

Good idea, let's use that feature with the most recent upstream release.

> - Why do you add ".RELEASE" to the upstream tags? Should this suffix also go in
> the final Debian package version number?

I was just using the upstream version naming convention. I did the
same with libspring-security-2.0-java package.

> - Some people do the debianization in the master branch and I also prefer to
> have the debian/ dir already checked out when cloning from git.debian.org.
> What's your preference?

I do the same thing. However since the package was not ready, I prefer
to do my work on a branch named debianization and when I consider it
ready to go to the archive, first I merge that into master branch.

> - There's no pristine-tar branch. Would you like to start using it?

Since I am not able to upload new packages (I'm not a DD yet but some
day, I'm hopeful) I prefer to push to that branch only when my sponsor
uploads the tarball and it gets accepted in the archive. That's the
reason why there is not pristine-tar branch yet.

> - the debian/00TODO file only contains one item. If that's all that's left,
> could you be so kind to finish the package? Or is there more to do so that it
> makes sense for me to dive into it? I've no idea so far about spring at all.
>
> - What would you like me to do?

To be honest this package is 99% ready to be uploaded, I just need to
check if jar files classpath is correct. I can do this during this
week or over the next weekend.

Also, it would be nice to have a binary package named
libspring-security-aspects-java but I have not figured out yet how to
build it. However, this is not a obstacle at all (unless you need this
particular library) because this package can be added in a future
upload.

Since there is not much to do right now but you are going to be an
user of these libraries, you can join in as co-maintainer.

Cheers,

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