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#1 Nov. 29, 2010 23:25:06

Ludovic C.
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Hello Erlend,

All right, I will try to help you to package jMonkeyEngine, that looks
like a fun project to work with. It will take some time though, I have a
long list of TODO already, and to package this project, we need first to
package all its dependencies. Those projects looks already not so
trivial, and many use JNI bindings and native code, which I'm not very
comfortable with.

jogl 1.1.1 is already packaged for Debian, which is good,
lwjgl 2.5 is packaged in Debian, can you upgrade jMonkeyEngine to this
version?
jinput 20100502 is in Debian, again, can you use this version?
gluegen is not packaged, we will need to package it first.
jorbis 0.0.17 is in Debian, can you use this version?
swt is available in Debian , which version are you using?
Also, can you make available the sources of jme-colladatabinding, if
possible with a versioned branch? This project will probably need its
own package, unless its release cycle matches jme, in which cse it's
less costly to package it inside jMonkeyEngine.

Most of the dependencies are already in Debian, so the troublemakers are
less daunting already ;-)

I'm CC-ing the Debian Java team, maybe some other people will be
interested as well to help.

When do you plan to release version 3.0? It would be nice to provide the
Debian packaging shortly after that release, and it would avoid some
unnecessary updates in Debian.

Ludovic


On 11/28/2010 11:33 AM, Erlend Sogge Heggen wrote:
> *Hello ludovicc,*
>
> Thanks for getting in touch
> <http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=10169360#post10169360>! I hope
> you don't mind, but I intend to let you take the lead on this one
> straight off the bat. I've tried contacting some other people found on
> similar Java packaging pages as the ones you pointed out, but I can't
> seem to get it right. With the links you provided me I've got some new
> options to pursue, but if you could just tell me to what extent you will
> be able to help us, we can take it from there.
>
> To answer your question in the thread, we use Ant. If make sure to
> reply-to-all then Normen and Kirill here will be able to answer any
> technical questions you might have. Our main goal here is to come up
> with a solution that won't be a drain on anyone's time, I hope that's
> reasonable.
>
> /Best regards,/
> /
> /
> /~ Erlend Sogge Heggen/


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#2 Nov. 30, 2010 01:42:33

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On 11/30/2010 12:24 AM, Ludovic Claude wrote:
> Hello Erlend,
>
> All right, I will try to help you to package jMonkeyEngine, that looks
> like a fun project to work with. It will take some time though, I have a
> long list of TODO already, and to package this project, we need first to
> package all its dependencies. Those projects looks already not so
> trivial, and many use JNI bindings and native code, which I'm not very
> comfortable with.
>
> jogl 1.1.1 is already packaged for Debian, which is good,
> lwjgl 2.5 is packaged in Debian, can you upgrade jMonkeyEngine to this
> version?
> jinput 20100502 is in Debian, again, can you use this version?
> gluegen is not packaged, we will need to package it first.
> jorbis 0.0.17 is in Debian, can you use this version?
> swt is available in Debian , which version are you using?
> Also, can you make available the sources of jme-colladatabinding, if
> possible with a versioned branch? This project will probably need its
> own package, unless its release cycle matches jme, in which cse it's
> less costly to package it inside jMonkeyEngine.
>
> Most of the dependencies are already in Debian, so the troublemakers are
> less daunting already ;-)
>
> I'm CC-ing the Debian Java team, maybe some other people will be
> interested as well to help.
>
> When do you plan to release version 3.0? It would be nice to provide the
> Debian packaging shortly after that release, and it would avoid some
> unnecessary updates in Debian.
>

Hi Ludovic,
FWIW I packaged version 2.0 some months ago . It's still there
and waiting for a sponsorship.
If nobody wants to upload it as is, it might be a starting point to
package 3.0.

I started to package jme because a software I was packaging (in the
meanwhile I gave up) depends on it.
It's born as "public" so every team member may feel free to add
himself to Uploaders and keep it up.
If you don't like that, feel free to take my ITP over.

As says, reviews/uploads would be appreciated.

Niels, 1st reviewer, I've just seen you're DD now, congrats! If
interested, now you can :)


Cheers,
Gabriele

http://lists.debian.org/debian-java/2010/07/msg00007.htmlhttp://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/j/jme/jme_2.0.1+dfsg-1.dsc> On 11/28/2010 11:33 AM, Erlend Sogge Heggen wrote:
>> *Hello ludovicc,*
>>
>> Thanks for getting in touch
>> <http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=10169360#post10169360>! I hope
>> you don't mind, but I intend to let you take the lead on this one
>> straight off the bat. I've tried contacting some other people found on
>> similar Java packaging pages as the ones you pointed out, but I can't
>> seem to get it right. With the links you provided me I've got some new
>> options to pursue, but if you could just tell me to what extent you will
>> be able to help us, we can take it from there.
>>
>> To answer your question in the thread, we use Ant. If make sure to
>> reply-to-all then Normen and Kirill here will be able to answer any
>> technical questions you might have. Our main goal here is to come up
>> with a solution that won't be a drain on anyone's time, I hope that's
>> reasonable.
>>
>> /Best regards,/
>> /
>> /
>> /~ Erlend Sogge Heggen/
>
>
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#3 Nov. 30, 2010 10:03:16

Erlend S.
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Thank you very much for all your support. It seems I've been a little
unclear, as jME 3.0 is what we are interested in packaging, not 2.0. To be
precise, we are talking about the SDK release of jMonkeyEngine 3.0 Alpha3:http://jmonkeyengine.org/downloads/?did=2<http://jmonkeyengine.org/downloads/?did=2>To check for dependencies, see
the following sources:http://code.google.com/p/jmonkeyengine/source/browse/#svn/branches/jme3<http://code.google.com/p/jmonkeyengine/source/browse/#svn/branches/jme3>http://code.google.com/p/jmonkeyengine/source/browse/#svn/branches/jme3-gde<http://code.google.com/p/jmonkeyengine/source/browse/#svn/branches/jme3-gde>Whatever
else information you need just ask and I'm sure Kirill or Normen can provide
it.

~ Erlend

On 30 November 2010 02:42, Gabriele Giacone <1o5g4***@*mail.com> wrote:

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> On 11/30/2010 12:24 AM, Ludovic Claude wrote:
> > Hello Erlend,
> >
> > All right, I will try to help you to package jMonkeyEngine, that looks
> > like a fun project to work with. It will take some time though, I have a
> > long list of TODO already, and to package this project, we need first to
> > package all its dependencies. Those projects looks already not so
> > trivial, and many use JNI bindings and native code, which I'm not very
> > comfortable with.
> >
> > jogl 1.1.1 is already packaged for Debian, which is good,
> > lwjgl 2.5 is packaged in Debian, can you upgrade jMonkeyEngine to this
> > version?
> > jinput 20100502 is in Debian, again, can you use this version?
> > gluegen is not packaged, we will need to package it first.
> > jorbis 0.0.17 is in Debian, can you use this version?
> > swt is available in Debian , which version are you using?
> > Also, can you make available the sources of jme-colladatabinding, if
> > possible with a versioned branch? This project will probably need its
> > own package, unless its release cycle matches jme, in which cse it's
> > less costly to package it inside jMonkeyEngine.
> >
> > Most of the dependencies are already in Debian, so the troublemakers are
> > less daunting already ;-)
> >
> > I'm CC-ing the Debian Java team, maybe some other people will be
> > interested as well to help.
> >
> > When do you plan to release version 3.0? It would be nice to provide the
> > Debian packaging shortly after that release, and it would avoid some
> > unnecessary updates in Debian.
> >
>
> Hi Ludovic,
> FWIW I packaged version 2.0 some months ago . It's still there
> and waiting for a sponsorship.
> If nobody wants to upload it as is, it might be a starting point to
> package 3.0.
>
> I started to package jme because a software I was packaging (in the
> meanwhile I gave up) depends on it.
> It's born as "public" so every team member may feel free to add
> himself to Uploaders and keep it up.
> If you don't like that, feel free to take my ITP over.
>
> As says, reviews/uploads would be appreciated.
>
> Niels, 1st reviewer, I've just seen you're DD now, congrats! If
> interested, now you can :)
>
>
> Cheers,
> Gabriele
>
> http://lists.debian.org/debian-java/2010/07/msg00007.html> http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/j/jme/jme_2.0.1+dfsg-1.dsc>
>
> > On 11/28/2010 11:33 AM, Erlend Sogge Heggen wrote:
> >> *Hello ludovicc,*
> >>
> >> Thanks for getting in touch
> >> <http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=10169360#post10169360>! I
> hope
> >> you don't mind, but I intend to let you take the lead on this one
> >> straight off the bat. I've tried contacting some other people found on
> >> similar Java packaging pages as the ones you pointed out, but I can't
> >> seem to get it right. With the links you provided me I've got some new
> >> options to pursue, but if you could just tell me to what extent you will
> >> be able to help us, we can take it from there.
> >>
> >> To answer your question in the thread, we use Ant. If make sure to
> >> reply-to-all then Normen and Kirill here will be able to answer any
> >> technical questions you might have. Our main goal here is to come up
> >> with a solution that won't be a drain on anyone's time, I hope that's
> >> reasonable.
> >>
> >> /Best regards,/
> >> /
> >> /
> >> /~ Erlend Sogge Heggen/
> >
> >
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#4 Dec. 1, 2010 22:29:53

Ludovic C.
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Hello Gabriele,

Your package looks good, I have fixed some details on copyright and
binary files remaining in the upstream package, so if a DD is available
please release this package to experimental.

Now that we have JME version 2 done, let's see what's needed for version 3.

Ludovic

On 11/30/2010 02:42 AM, Gabriele Giacone wrote:
>
> On 11/30/2010 12:24 AM, Ludovic Claude wrote:
>> Hello Erlend,
>
>> All right, I will try to help you to package jMonkeyEngine, that looks
>> like a fun project to work with. It will take some time though, I have a
>> long list of TODO already, and to package this project, we need first to
>> package all its dependencies. Those projects looks already not so
>> trivial, and many use JNI bindings and native code, which I'm not very
>> comfortable with.
>
>> jogl 1.1.1 is already packaged for Debian, which is good,
>> lwjgl 2.5 is packaged in Debian, can you upgrade jMonkeyEngine to this
>> version?
>> jinput 20100502 is in Debian, again, can you use this version?
>> gluegen is not packaged, we will need to package it first.
>> jorbis 0.0.17 is in Debian, can you use this version?
>> swt is available in Debian , which version are you using?
>> Also, can you make available the sources of jme-colladatabinding, if
>> possible with a versioned branch? This project will probably need its
>> own package, unless its release cycle matches jme, in which cse it's
>> less costly to package it inside jMonkeyEngine.
>
>> Most of the dependencies are already in Debian, so the troublemakers are
>> less daunting already ;-)
>
>> I'm CC-ing the Debian Java team, maybe some other people will be
>> interested as well to help.
>
>> When do you plan to release version 3.0? It would be nice to provide the
>> Debian packaging shortly after that release, and it would avoid some
>> unnecessary updates in Debian.
>
>
> Hi Ludovic,
> FWIW I packaged version 2.0 some months ago . It's still there
> and waiting for a sponsorship.
> If nobody wants to upload it as is, it might be a starting point to
> package 3.0.
>
> I started to package jme because a software I was packaging (in the
> meanwhile I gave up) depends on it.
> It's born as "public" so every team member may feel free to add
> himself to Uploaders and keep it up.
> If you don't like that, feel free to take my ITP over.
>
> As says, reviews/uploads would be appreciated.
>
> Niels, 1st reviewer, I've just seen you're DD now, congrats! If
> interested, now you can :)
>
>
> Cheers,
> Gabriele
>
> http://lists.debian.org/debian-java/2010/07/msg00007.html> http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/j/jme/jme_2.0.1+dfsg-1.dsc>
>
>> On 11/28/2010 11:33 AM, Erlend Sogge Heggen wrote:
>>> *Hello ludovicc,*
>>>
>>> Thanks for getting in touch
>>> <http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=10169360#post10169360>! I hope
>>> you don't mind, but I intend to let you take the lead on this one
>>> straight off the bat. I've tried contacting some other people found on
>>> similar Java packaging pages as the ones you pointed out, but I can't
>>> seem to get it right. With the links you provided me I've got some new
>>> options to pursue, but if you could just tell me to what extent you will
>>> be able to help us, we can take it from there.
>>>
>>> To answer your question in the thread, we use Ant. If make sure to
>>> reply-to-all then Normen and Kirill here will be able to answer any
>>> technical questions you might have. Our main goal here is to come up
>>> with a solution that won't be a drain on anyone's time, I hope that's
>>> reasonable.
>>>
>>> /Best regards,/
>>> /
>>> /
>>> /~ Erlend Sogge Heggen/
>
>


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