On Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 10:14:36AM -0500, Daniel Echeverry wrote:
> Hi Andreas
> 2014-02-16 15:48 GMT-05:00 Andreas Tille <andr...@an3as.eu>:
> > Hi,
> > I have injected the latest version of creepy into
> > git://anonscm.debian.org/pkg-grass/creepy.git
Hmmm, seems I missed to check mentors.d.n first ...
> > which would fix #739121 since the latest upstream version does not
> > depend from python-osmgpsmap any more.
> > I would imagine to maintain the package in Debian GIS team since it is
> > in the wider sense related to geographic information. I think we could
> > create a task "tools" or "misc" where this package could fit in. So if
> > everybody agrees upon this (on one hand the former maintainer Daniel and
> > on the other hand the GIS team that this package might fit) I would
> > upload the package as is (after about waiting one week).
> Cool, I'd like some help to the new upstream release. Currently it has a
> lot a problems, for example, it tries to write en /usr/share/creepy , the
> new version write a log file and I don't know how to hand that.
> Right now I've patched the source code to deny writing in /usr/share/creepy
> the problem now is that when creepy tries to write plugins or project,
> because it tries to write on /usr/share/creepy
> I uploaded the creepy 1.1 with these changes to mentors Could you check
> it out? and tell me if I can help you with something
I wonder whether we should merge our efforts first. Could you agree upon
the reporistory at
You get commit permission if you apply for pkg-grass team on alioth.
To my experience it becomes way more simple to work together on a
package when using a VCS rather than sending patches via mail. It
also enables asking for help at debian-mentors list.
For your problem above: I think you need to find the code piece that
tries to write to /usr/share/creepy and redirect the write attempts to
> : http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/c/creepy/creepy_1.1-1.dsc
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