Il 09/08/2017 19:57, Sebastiaan Couwenberg ha scritto:
> Hi Antonio,
> On 08/09/2017 07:42 PM, Antonio Valentino wrote:
>> I refreshed a bit the gis-remotsensing task file.
>> Now that a new version of doris is in the archive I would like to
>> restore the entry in the remotsensing task file if it is OK for you.
> That was on my TODO list as well, since we're not going ahead with the
> removal of doris.
> The adore-doris entry still needs to be updated (repo moved to GitHub
> among others), and may need to be dropped entirely if it's no longer
ye, I'll do it right now
>> I also updated the dependency from development package of epr-api:
>> libepr-api-dev instead of the transitional package libepr-api2-dev.
>> IMO we could totally drop libepr-api2-dev as soon as a new version of
>> gis-repotesensing and gis-devel are uploaded.
> Despite the "Depends" in the Blends tasks files, there are actually
> Recomments in the metapackage that gets build, so the blends package
> doesn't have to be uploaded before packages it references are removed.
OK so I will go ahead and remove libepr-api2-dev totally.
Anyway epr-api has been uploads recently, so probably there is no need
to make a new upload right now
>> I also noted that git-remotesensing and gis-devel suggest some ossim
>> related packages that seems to be no longer in the archive:
>> ossim-plugins, ossim-gui, ossim-planet, ossim-planet-qt,
>> Shall we drop them?
> These are not yet in the archive, and may never actually get there. But
> ideally they should, as they are included in OSGeo-Live and should be
> packaged properly along with ossim.
> After the move to GitHub OSSIM stopped doing releases for too long, but
> they've recently released 2.0.0 for which the packages need to be
> updated. Each project now has its own GitHub repository for upstream
> sources, instead of needing to repack the ossim tarball.
> This is quite a bit of work for just ossim, let alone the other
> packages, and I lack time and motivation to work on the ossim package
> more, so this is not progressing noticeably. We need the newer OSSIM for
> its support of GEOS 3.6 for which ossim is the biggest blocker, and one
> that looked hopeless until recently.
> OSSIM 2.0.0 is likely not supported by OTB yet, so there is no rush to
> get the Debian package updated, I'll get to it eventually again. After
> which it'll stay in experimental until OTB supports it.
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