Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

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Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

Ervin Hegedüs
Hi all,

On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 05:47:25PM +0200, Enrico Rossi wrote:
> Hi,
>
> could I suggest we continue this discussion on the mailing list?

sure - this is my last e-mail on this thread, removed the #906899
address, and added the debian-hams.

Reference is here:
https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=906899

> Anyway the target would be to have wsjtx 1.8 working with hamlib 3.2
> provided by Debian and (hopefully) libboost provided by Debian.

of course, my package works only with Debian packages, incl.
Hamlib...
 
> Wsjtx 1.9.1 brings his own hamlib, which it looks like this hamlib
> commit d1b545b 2018-05-25.

(perhaps) all WSJT-X could work with external Hamlib. I checked
it first at 1.8, that worked.

> Three days ago hamlib 3.3 has been committed, so it is reasonable to
> think to have a wsjtx builded on top of hamlib 3.3 provided by Debian
> and the same for libboost.

I have to see my subscription status of Hamlib list... few
months ago didn't arrives any mail...
 
> I think this is a reasonable plan.

sounds good,


73, Ervin

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Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

Hibby
Howdy all,

I started work on the wsjt-x 1.8.0 release and got it into a working state - that's what is currently on Salsa.  Sadly I never had the time to do testing/etc, and life has been in the way since.

When I was working on packaging it, I came across a few issues and made a few decisions that are worth nothing going forward into 1.9.1 -

  * I removed the version of hamlib supplied with the package and retarred it, hence the +repack tag. If there's a more sensible way to do this, I'm keen to see it!

  * Given the size of the examples and document package relative to the actual binaries, I split those into their own package with an architecture of -all. This would need to go through NEW as it's a new package, but it keeps lintian happy!

  * WSJT-X ships with a number of new, undocumented calibration/testing/development binaries to assist in debugging/developing things, as far as I can see. I removed a number of these, as I don't know enough about them and the functionality was sufficiently minimal that writing a man page seemed over the top.

Also:
  * It builds with debian provided libraries
  * I added the required rules for hardening the binaries
  * irl ensured it built with QT5, I think...

Hopefully pulling in new upstream shouldn't break everything and it should continue to build as is, after a repack...
I can add this to my to-do list tomorrow afternoon, or someone else more knowledgable can do it!

Cheers,
DH

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On Thu, 23 Aug 2018, at 6:15 PM, Ervin Hegedüs wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 05:47:25PM +0200, Enrico Rossi wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > could I suggest we continue this discussion on the mailing list?
>
> sure - this is my last e-mail on this thread, removed the #906899
> address, and added the debian-hams.
>
> Reference is here:
> https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=906899
>
> > Anyway the target would be to have wsjtx 1.8 working with hamlib 3.2
> > provided by Debian and (hopefully) libboost provided by Debian.
>
> of course, my package works only with Debian packages, incl.
> Hamlib...
>  
> > Wsjtx 1.9.1 brings his own hamlib, which it looks like this hamlib
> > commit d1b545b 2018-05-25.
>
> (perhaps) all WSJT-X could work with external Hamlib. I checked
> it first at 1.8, that worked.
>
> > Three days ago hamlib 3.3 has been committed, so it is reasonable to
> > think to have a wsjtx builded on top of hamlib 3.3 provided by Debian
> > and the same for libboost.
>
> I have to see my subscription status of Hamlib list... few
> months ago didn't arrives any mail...
>  
> > I think this is a reasonable plan.
>
> sounds good,
>
>
> 73, Ervin
>

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Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

Enrico Rossi
Hi guys,

On Fri, Aug 24, 2018 at 10:43:35AM +0100, Hibby wrote:
> I started work on the wsjt-x 1.8.0 release and got it into a working
> state - that's what is currently on Salsa.  Sadly I never had the time
> to do testing/etc, and life has been in the way since.
 
I've done works on your package which I have NOT yet committed to salsa
because more IMO is required (lintian warnings).
I push it now so everybody can have an idea. A quick rebuild of the
1.9.1-Ervin shows some of these problems still present, anyway we should be
able to release a proper 1.8 quickly.

Valhalla has kindly accepted to revision hamlib 3.2 and upload it.

> Hopefully pulling in new upstream shouldn't break everything and it
> should continue to build as is, after a repack...  I can add this to
> my to-do list tomorrow afternoon, or someone else more knowledgable
> can do it!

Do you think it's possible to repack-2 the 1.8 upstream version and
remove also the /boost directory?

Bye
E.

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Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

Hibby

> On Fri, Aug 24, 2018 at 10:43:35AM +0100, Hibby wrote:
> > I started work on the wsjt-x 1.8.0 release and got it into a working
> > state - that's what is currently on Salsa.  Sadly I never had the time
> > to do testing/etc, and life has been in the way since.
>  
> I've done works on your package which I have NOT yet committed to salsa
> because more IMO is required (lintian warnings).
> I push it now so everybody can have an idea. A quick rebuild of the
> 1.9.1-Ervin shows some of these problems still present, anyway we should be
> able to release a proper 1.8 quickly.
>
> Valhalla has kindly accepted to revision hamlib 3.2 and upload it.
>

Cool!

> > Hopefully pulling in new upstream shouldn't break everything and it
> > should continue to build as is, after a repack...  I can add this to
> > my to-do list tomorrow afternoon, or someone else more knowledgable
> > can do it!
>
> Do you think it's possible to repack-2 the 1.8 upstream version and
> remove also the /boost directory?

I can start a new branch and do that, and then rebase it on your current working code and eventually merge in to master at a later date yeah.

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Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

Enrico Rossi
Hi Hibby,

just pushed Wsjtx, I think it's ok for upload to new, but if you have
time to give it a look?

Thanks
E.

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Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

Hibby
I will take a look later tonght,

Thanks,
H

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On Fri, 31 Aug 2018, at 1:34 PM, Enrico Rossi wrote:

> Hi Hibby,
>
> just pushed Wsjtx, I think it's ok for upload to new, but if you have
> time to give it a look?
>
> Thanks
> E.
>
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Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

Enrico Rossi
Hi Hibby,

did you have the chance to check it?

Thanks
E.

On Tue, Sep 04, 2018 at 02:16:43PM +0100, Hibby wrote:
> I will take a look later tonght,

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Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

Ervin Hegedüs
Hi folks,


On Wed, Sep 26, 2018 at 10:55:37AM +0200, Enrico Rossi wrote:
> Hi Hibby,
>
> did you have the chance to check it?

the 2.0 is coming soon, the plan is 10th of Dec:

https://physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/k1jt/wsjtx.html


just fyi.


73, Ervin
HA2OS
 

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Re: Bug#906899: wsjtx: Upstream 1.9.1 available

Hibby
In reply to this post by Enrico Rossi
Hi there - I thought I’d replied to the earlier message!

I pulled it, built it, installed it and it ran as expected, good work!

Sent from my iPhone

> On 26 Sep 2018, at 09:55, Enrico Rossi <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi Hibby,
>
> did you have the chance to check it?
>
> Thanks
> E.
>
>> On Tue, Sep 04, 2018 at 02:16:43PM +0100, Hibby wrote:
>> I will take a look later tonght,
>
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> GPG key: 4096R/5E0195FAF2133176 2010-10-19 Enrico Rossi <[hidden email]>