[Debian-hebrew-package] Re: hocr
baruch at ev-en.org
Mon Aug 15 22:13:59 UTC 2005
I see no problem with adding it to the Debian-Hebrew repository. It
should be straightforward.
I wouldn't upload it to Debian until it stabilizes some more.
If, however, you want to be able to do quick releases with a Debian
package during early development, it would be best if you continued your
packaging on your own. You can definitely create and maintain the debian
directory in your repository and when the program stabilizes you can
remove that and we'll import it to the debian-hebrew repository for team
maintenance and Debian inclusion.
kobi zamir wrote:
> Thanks Lior, the new version with Yuval's patch is
> even beter.
> Hocr needs work, but it is really usable. I tested it
> on a lot of texts and it works.
> Do you want me to put it in debian-hebrew svn, so you
> can edit the debian derectory yourself ? I think it is
> a little early for that, but on the other hand pepole
> that want to check it out, will do so with better
> packages. Another option is to put the debian
> directory in hocr project svn, then you can send
> patches to the debian directory, but this will create
> two versions of the debian directory once the I do put
> hocr in debian-hebrew svn.
> --- Lior Kaplan <webmaster at guides.co.il> wrote:
>>I read about hocr, nice job! It is really a missing
>>But please wait before you put it in debian hebrew.
>>We have enough
>>packaging to to, before we start with new programs.
>>And, I'd like to see
>>your program getting more testing (or peer review).
>>My thoughts about the package itself:
>>1. don't include the README file if it's empty.
>>2. No man page.
>>3. remove /usr/sbin from debian/dirs
>>4. you don't have any build dependency on the GUI
>>development libs (gtk
>> or something else?).
>>5. Please refer to the file
>>Clarification: These comments are meant to make your
>>package better, not
>>to disencourage you with doing packages.
>>if you'll use dh_make from the dh-make package,
>>you'll have a nice
>>templates to start your packages with.
>>kaplanlior at gmail.com
>>Debian GNU/Linux unstable (SID)
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