Re: sage-on-gentoo and science duplicates
Thomas Kahle <tomka <at> gentoo.org>
2012-02-07 10:24:38 GMT
On 10:32 Tue 07 Feb 2012, fbissey <at> slingshot.co.nz wrote:
> > I've run the attached script to find duplicates of packages from
> > sage-on-gentoo in science. The output was:
> > $ ./find-overlay-dups.sh
> > sci-chemistry/jmol
> > sci-libs/fplll
> > sci-libs/givaro
> > sci-libs/iml
> > sci-libs/m4ri
> > sci-libs/symmetrica
> > sci-mathematics/gap
> > sci-mathematics/polybori
> > What do people think about merging those versions in the science overlay
> > and removing them from sage-on-gentoo (or vice-versa)? Probably in most
> > cases there are additional fixes in sage-on-gentoo that science users
> > could benefit from (or at least should hurt nobody)?
> Since Christopher and I have access to the science overlay we should
> do some clean up and synchronization.
> Let's see case by case:
> jmol, there are a few differences between mine and the science overlay,
> jeffro and I are not in tune regarding EAPI and that's the main source of
> differences (last time I looked).
> fplll, givaro, iml, m4ri and polybori we are probably ahead. In fact we
> probably put them in science in the first place. symmetrica and gap we are
> probably ahead as well because I am not sure anyone else maintain them.