[Pkg-octave-devel] Bug#756689: Bug#756689: octave: [hdf5 transition] please support hdf5 1.8.13 new packaging layout
pini at debian.org
Mon Aug 4 11:50:32 UTC 2014
Thomas Weber a écrit , Le 04/08/2014 13:09:
> On Fri, Aug 01, 2014 at 12:45:03AM +0200, Gilles Filippini wrote:
>> Source: octave
>> Version: 3.8.1-3
>> Severity: important
>> Tags: patch
>> User: pini at debian.org
>> Usertags: HDF5-transition
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>> The hdf5 1.8.13 package in experimental features a new layout for
>> headers and libraries, so that all the binary packages are now
> Thanks for moving forward with this. Just some questions
> 1) Should hdf5-flags.patch ad hdf5-mkoctfile.patch be forwarded to upstream? How Debian-specific
> are they?
These patches aren't Debian-specific. They help when HDF5 is installed
into a non standard path.
> 2) My understanding of the changes to debian/rules is that we are going
> with the serial HDF5 version here for Octave. What if one wants to use
> the parallel version in a .oct file (a binary module for Octave)? Will
> this be possible?
I don't have any knowledge about octave modules. What I can say for sure
is that the octave binary packages will be tied to the serial version of
HDF5. But nothing should prevent you to link a module against a parallel
version of the library. Both instances can coexist into the same
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