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Re: [ITP] libnfc v1.7.1

Okay, everything should be fine now: If it is, I'll generate
and upload a SSH key.

2015-02-24 9:56 GMT+01:00 Corinna Vinschen <>:
> Hi Marco,
> On Feb 22 21:42, Marcos Vives Del Sol wrote:
>> libnfc is a platform-independent library to use physical NFC readers.
>> It can be used to read and modify contents of a NFC tag, and also
>> serves as a base for other projects like MFOC
>> ( or MFCUK
>> (
>> This package is already available in Linux distributions like Debian
>> (, Ubuntu
>> (, Fedora
>> (, etc...
>> The library has been split in three parts: runtime library (only the
>> DLL), -dev (with headers and pkg-config files), and a third one which
>> include some tools that are compiled as part of libnfc compilation but
>> are not required for libnfc to work. Their setup.hints are:
> Thanks for packaging this interesting package.  I just see two small
> hiccups in the packaging.
> The libnfc package is the one providing the DLL.  However, the DLL is a
> versioned one.  To provide a way to keep older versions of a library
> around after an upstream version bump, the DLL should be packed in its
> own, versioned package:
>   libnfc -> source only
>   libnfc5 -> provides usr/bin/cygnfc-5.dll
>> For "libnfc-dev" package:
> The lib-dev package looks good, it should just called "libnfc-devel"
> to follow the naming convention.
> With these changes, the packages should be GTG.  Btw., we need a
> private ssh key from you to enable your update rights.  See
> Thanks,
> Corinna
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Marcos Vives Del Sol
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