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I'm trying to help get [[http://www.sagemath.org|sage]] packaged in debian ; for this I took the dependencies of the various spkg in sage-5.0, and after automatic transformations and manual tweaks obtained the following [[attachment:sage-5.0.deps.dot|dot file]], where the color code is the following : I'm trying to help get [[http://www.sagemath.org|sage]] packaged in debian ; for this I took the dependencies of the various spkg in sage-5.2, and after automatic transformations and manual tweaks obtained the following [[attachment:sage-5.2.deps.dot|dot file]], where the color code is the following :
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 * yellow: debian probably doesn't even really need it ;
 * purple: debian will have or has a package, but newer than what is in sage ;
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Once transformed in a beautiful image, it allows to have a good overview of where the project stands. Notice that the dot file contains comments about the reasons of some of the colors. Once transformed in a [[attachment:sage-5.2.deps.png|beautiful image]], it allows to have a good overview of where the project stands. Notice that the dot file contains comments about the reasons of some of the colors.

Julien Puydt

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Debian Activities

I'm trying to help get sage packaged in debian ; for this I took the dependencies of the various spkg in sage-5.2, and after automatic transformations and manual tweaks obtained the following dot file, where the color code is the following :

  • red: not packaged in debian, or known incorrect in debian
  • blue: someone is known to work on it ;
  • yellow: debian probably doesn't even really need it ;
  • purple: debian will have or has a package, but newer than what is in sage ;
  • green: debian has a package, and perhaps it is a correct version.

Once transformed in a beautiful image, it allows to have a good overview of where the project stands. Notice that the dot file contains comments about the reasons of some of the colors.


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