[rrd-developers] RRDtool 1.4 (rc2) packages for Debian
sh at tokkee.org
Tue Oct 6 16:48:23 CEST 2009
On Tue, Oct 06, 2009 at 04:31:24PM +0200, Benny Baumann wrote:
> Am 06.10.2009 00:29, schrieb Sebastian Harl:
> > I've just uploaded RRDtool 1.4 (1.4~rc2+20091004-1 to be precise, i.e.
> > an SVN snapshot from Sunday) to Debian experimental. Because of the
> > introduction of the new binary packages 'rrdcached', 'liblua5.1-rrd0'
> > and 'liblua5.1-rrd-dev' the packages will end up in the NEW queue and
> > have to be processed manually by the Debian FTP team, so it's going to
> > take some time until the packages actually hit the archive. Therefore,
> > I've made the packages available at the following URL as well:
> > http://people.debian.org/~tokkee/rrdtool-1.4/
> > For now, powerpc binary packages are available only. I will add amd64
> > and i386 packages tomorrow.
> Well, those are the ones I'll have to wait for for testing ;-) I have no
See my other E-mail - amd64 and i386 are now available as well (built on
unstable, so they are suitable for testing, unstable and experimental).
> > Testing and feedback would be very appreciated! :-)
> I guess those are mostly the progress of 1.3.999* thus include the
> recent API changes\extensions?
Right - it's an SVN snapshot of trunk from last Sunday.
> > Unless someone detects some rather major issue, I'll upload 1.4.0 to
> > unstable once it has been released.
> Could you do a php_rrdtool package too? (Containing the php bindings)
Did you talk to Tobi about including those bindings in the RRDtool
distribution? Then, I'd create a package for them, too. If they are
shipped as a separate source tarball, a separate Debian source package
should be used for that. Since I do not use PHP at all, it does not make
sense for me to maintain any such package - in that case, you could,
e.g., file an RFP (request for package) bug - see  for details.
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