On Do 31 Mai 2012 15:55:28 CEST Osamu Aoki wrote:


On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 07:36:12PM +0300, Fathi Boudra wrote:
On Sat, May 26, 2012 at 9:34 PM, Osamu Aoki <os...@debian.org> wrote:
>> >Also, Mike Gabriel's work seems to have done somethings interesting on
>> >old Fathi's version and made many improvements.
>> thanks for pinging us! I agree, libjpeg-turbo has to be in Wheezy!!!
>> Fathi, please send us a notice what you plan on this package.
> I see Fathi being quite active.

Yes, I am. Apologies, I've been quite busy on other front and put LJT
as a low prio.

AFAIR, current Ubuntu package wasn't suitable to be uploaded as-is.
I'm at Linaro Connect this week with Tom Gall and Doko, I'll sync up
with them and upload the package if everything alright.

Sounds like many people are interested. LJT is a good candidate for
collab-maint on git.debian.org :)

You only commited upstream tar ... that is not interesting for us to dig
into license issue etc.  For the moment, I added a buildable content as
master=debian branch.

  [remote "origin"]
        fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
        url = ssh://git.debian.org/git/collab-maint/libjpeg-turbo

(I thought putting history including branching point from libjpeg may be
more interesing ... but that can be done later if all agree ...)

you may want to have a very little bit more history... (and a packaging folder)

We would have to import latest upstream on top of that but the packaging works fine for libjpeg8 emulation mode.

However, I really think that we should put the dpkg-divert stuff into an extra bin:package (in the same libjpeg-turbo src:package, of course).



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