On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 01:41:41PM +0200, Sebastiaan Couwenberg wrote:
> > Which means "2.1.1+dfsg-1" and 2.4- are missing - no idea about
> > "2.4-1". Pirmin, could you please shed some light into this?
> Most outdated GIS packages in Debian are usually more actively
> maintained in the UbuntuGIS PPA. osgEarth is no different.
One good reason to bring Debian up to date. ;-)
> Version 2.1.1+dfsg-1 was uploaded to the UbuntuGIS PPA, and is listed on
> launchpad in ubuntugis-unstable for oneiric.
> Version 2.4.0+dfsg-1 was uploaded to the UbuntuGIS PPA, and is listed on
> launchpad in ubuntugis-unstable for precise.
I personally have no idea how to work with PPAs (please excuse my
ignorance I'm pure Debian based and did not found time to dive into
PPAs). However, I think it would be a good idea to avoid "unstable" as
target distribution for a PPA upload. Either oneiric resp. precise
should be injected here or something like "unstable-ppa" could fix the
> Version 2.4.0+dfsg-2 is missing from the UbuntuGIS PPA, and was probably
> never uploaded (anywhere public).
> Version 2.4.0+dfsg-3 was uploaded to the UbuntuGIS PPA, and is listed on
> launchpad in ubuntugis-unstable for precise and raring.
... or "ubuntugis-unstable" could be a proper target distribution.
> It's probably a good idea to rename the tags to ubuntu/<version> to
> reflect the destination of the packaging.
> The two Debian releases can be
> tagged debian/<version>
> We can fix the changelog for Debian by appending ~ubuntu1 to the
> versions which were only uploaded to the UbuntuGIS PPA. I've done this
> for MapCache on advise from Francesco, because MapCache has so far only
> been uploaded to the UbuntuGIS PPA.
It would be great if you could fix this also for osgearth.
Thanks for the clarification
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