On 11/05/13 17:46, Marcelo Jorge Vieira wrote:
> Hi Jérémy,
> On Sun, 2013-05-05 at 23:35 +0200, Jérémy Lal wrote:
>> On 05/05/2013 22:45, Marcelo Jorge Vieira wrote:
>>> Hi Jérémy,
>>> What do you think about backport nodejs to wheezy?
>> When the migration from nodejs 0.6 to nodejs 0.10 is finished,
>> all new packages will go to testing and be good candidates for backports.
>> The current status is :
>> * nodejs 0.10, libv8-3.14 are in experimental
>> * node-gyp isn't but is not tested enough
>> * i haven't set up a migration yet. Give me a few days...
>>   Almost all modules will need to be updated, and all c++ addons
>>   be moved to node-gyp instead of node-waf.
>> However i don't think it is a good idea to backport npm, it is a
>> lot of work and being mostly a development tool, people will probably
>> better be using it in testing/sid.
> thanks for the feedback ;)
>> Of course, as usual, any help is welcome.
> Yes, I will try it.

I'm just wondering if anybody else thinks a wheezy-backports version of
nodejs is feasible?

I've run it on wheezy and built my own packages (pegjs, jssip) on wheezy
and all seems OK

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