otb
source package

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general

source
otb (optional, misc)
version
6.0.0+dfsg-4
maint
Debian GIS Project (a), Andreas Tille (u), Paolo Cavallini (u), Rashad Kanavath (u)
arch
any all
std-ver
4.0.0
VCS
Git (browse)

binaries

todo

  • Lintian reports 1 warning about this package. You should make the package lintian clean getting rid of it.
  • The package should be updated to follow the last version of Debian Policy (Standards-Version 4.1.0 instead of 4.0.0).
  • A new upstream version is available: 6.2.0~rc1, you should consider packaging it.
  • This package has "Build-Depends: libglew-dev" while glew needs a new maintainer, see O #866743.
  • This package has "Build-Depends: dh-exec" while dh-exec needs a new maintainer, see RFA #851746.

problems

  • There were override disparities found in suite unstable:
    • otb-bin-qt: Override says science - optional, .deb says utils - optional
    • libotb-apps: Override says science - optional, .deb says libs - optional
    • otb-testdriver: Override says science - optional, .deb says misc - optional
    • otb-bin: Override says science - optional, .deb says utils - optional
    • libotb: Override says science - optional, .deb says metapackages - optional
  • There were override disparities found in suite experimental:
    • libotb-apps: Override says science - optional, .deb says libs - optional
    • otb-bin: Override says science - optional, .deb says utils - optional
    • otb-bin-qt: Override says science - optional, .deb says utils - optional
    • libotb: Override says science - optional, .deb says metapackages - optional
    • otb-testdriver: Override says science - optional, .deb says misc - optional

autoremoval from testing

  • Version 6.0.0+dfsg-4 of otb is marked for autoremoval from testing on 2017-11-15.
  • It depends (transitively) on and shark, affected by RC bug(s) and 853658
  • You should try to prevent the removal from testing by fixing these bugs.

testing migration

  • This package is part of the ongoing testing transition known as auto-opencv. Please avoid uploads unrelated to this transition, they would likely delay it and require supplementary work from the release managers. On the other hand, if your package has problems preventing it to migrate to testing, please fix them as soon as possible. You can probably find supplementary information in the debian-release archives or in the corresponding release.debian.org bug.

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bugs

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RC
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