Hi Barak, On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 12:42:34PM +0000, Barak A. Pearlmutter wrote: > Thanks for moving the repo, that's great.
You are welcome. :-) > Please feel free to collaboratively maintain the package; that's what > collab-maint is for! :-) > A couple years ago I reworked the f2c compiler and library into a > single source with an autotools-based build. > I have not uploaded it, but I think it's all pretty much good to go. > > https://github.com/barak/f2c-1.git > > If you'd have a look, I'd very much appreciate it. I admit that f2c is a pretty low priority package for me - thus I might come back in a year or so - sorry. :-( > Seemed like a big step to replace the current f2c / libf2c with this > so I didn't actually push the red button. > But I think it would make sense at some point. I totally agree - I'd also love if Github might consider to some more sensible distribution method (some popular Git platform). > Especially if upstream is not completely moribund as I'd assumed, but > maybe could be convinced to upstream this. If you have contact to upstream it might be sensible to try. > Anyway, I'll have a look at the new upstream release, and try to > document some of this per your suggestion, in debian/README.source or > such. This would help since while your other mail presents "some kind of documentation" it would help to make it more obvious. ;-) Kind regards Andreas. -- http://fam-tille.de