Hi Ross!

Quoting Ross Gammon (2017-07-20 20:19:00)
> I looked at moving [node-coffeeify] to unstable yesterday, but 
> realised that it needs the version of coffeescript that is also 
> sitting in experimental.
> Is there anything holding up the latest coffeescript from moving to 
> unstable (other than time)? It is not urgent for anything as far as I 
> know - just a gentle prompt.

I have now prepared packaging of most recent upstream 1.x.x release of 
Coffeescript - which should not break existing reverse dependencies in 
Debian, assuming the semantic versioning is properly handled.

...but it depends on Nodejs 6, which is inly in experimental so far :-/

> PS: I can see there are a few reverse dependencies now. Let me know if 
> I can help check any of those.

I did not look yet into packaging the 2.x.x release of Coffeescript. If 
that requires new dependencies, then yes, it would be great if you (or 
others reading this) could help package those.  I will then upload 
Coffeescript 2.x.x into experimental for testing compatibility with 
reverse dependencies in Debian.

 - Jonas

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