On 28 August 2014 15:51, Jérémy Lal <kapo...@melix.org> wrote:
> i'm commenting on Tim Retout's blog post here since it can be of
Awesome. :) I should write more blog posts, because this feedback is
really useful. For the record, it was this one:
> That package is quite difficult to deal with - copyright issues, lots of
> files to be downloaded and rebuilded. I tried and abandoned it in
> favor of node-iconv (a simpler mess to deal with). See also
Thanks for the pointer to that page. I know that iconv-lite claims to
be "faster"... on casual inspection I didn't think it was impossible
to package, but if it's easy to patch in plain iconv and avoid waiting
for the NEW queue, I'm going to do that.
I think this mostly affects node-encoding, which I haven't looked at
yet because I thought I was blocked by iconv-lite.
> a must !
> libjs-moment is useful as well as node-moment.
> Feel welcome to package moment independently - it is not trivial code,
> it is not small code, it deserves to be in its own package.
That's good to hear - I've filed an ITP. I'm not planning on
packaging moment-timezone if I can avoid it. Looks like I'll have to
bypass the grunt build system, and won't be able to run the tests
because they depend on nodeunit. :(
Tim Retout <dioc...@debian.org>