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I am looking for a sponsor for my NMU package "python-parse"
* Package name : python-parse
Version : 1.6.3-1.1
Upstream Author : Richard Jones <rich...@python.org>
* URL : https://github.com/r1chardj0n3s/parse
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It builds those binary packages:
python-parse - Parse provides the reverse function for format().
python3-parse - Parse provides the reverse function for format().
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Changes since the last upload:
python-parse (1.6.3-1.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Adds python3 support (closes: #849937).
-- Daniel Manila <d...@springwater7.org> Thu, 12 Jan 2017 16:57:30 +0600
Currently any developer who uses the parse library in python3 cannot
add it as a dependency for a debian package. This NMU simply adds the
python3-parse package. The maintainer for python-parse appears to be
inactive, but regardless this is a very simple change.
If possible it would be nice to get this update into the Stretch
release, since this library is a dependency for other packages.
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> * Non-maintainer upload.
> * Adds python3 support (closes: #849937).
the maintainer is mostly MIA (already pinged several times by MIA team)
there was a new upstream bugfix release (packaged already in Ubuntu)
- 1.6.6 parse Linux system log dates (thanks Alex Cowan)
- 1.6.5 handle precision in float format (thanks Levi Kilcher)
- 1.6.4 handle pipe "|" characters in parse string (thanks Martijn Pieters)
it has a nice and good testsuite
We are probably already too late for Stretch, because binaries needs to go in
Also, we need to go in deferred queue because this is not a maintainer upload.
For this reasons I have added some more changes:
* Bump compat level to 10
* Bump std-version to 3.9.8
* Add homepage field
* Add watch file
* Add upstream signing key
* Convert copyright file in dep-5 format
and I'll sponsor in deferred/10 after sending a debdiff to the BTS
lots of stuff improved since that upload, the project seems to not have new
upcoming, so I think it would be better to make it suitable for Debian and not
just add a single
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