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Re: [ITP] libserf, libserf-devel, libserf0 - HTTP client library

On 8/2/2008 1:43 PM, Reini Urban wrote:
David Rothenberger schrieb:
I'm ITP'ing this in preparation for packaging subversion-1.5.1.

serf[1] is included in Debian testing[2], but I could not find it in
Fedora or SuSE. Hence, I guess I require five GTGs.

If so, +1. Also GTG. Packaging looks good, builds fine from source.

Thanks for checking.

With one minor pick and one question.

The pick: CYGWIN-PATCHES/libserf.hint contains no requires libserf0,
but the importlib requires cygserf-0-0.dll

libserf just contains /usr/share/doc stuff, so it doesn't require libserf0. libserf-devel contains the importlib and that does require libserf0.

The question: Really cygserf-0-0.dll, not cygserf-0.dll?

That's the way upstream is doing it, I guess. I don't know why. Should I rename the packages to libserf0, libserf0-devel, and libserf0-0? Debian uses libserf-0-0, libserf-0-0-dbg, and libserf-0-0-dev.

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