[OpenSIPS-Users] Some love for the Debian packaging
razvancrainea at opensips.org
Tue Aug 23 10:33:52 CEST 2011
On 22.08.2011 20:03, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé wrote:
> I've been testing the 1.7 branch over the weekend and I found some issues with the Debian packaging:
> - Some packages depend on -dev libraries when they shouldn't
Can you indicate the packages that are not required?
> - Old Debian standards version
> - No TLS by default? 
There are two packages built: with and without TLS support.
> - Some scripts have /bin/sh in the shebang, but Debian Squeeze (stable) uses dash instead of sh, which doesn't provide the same features
As far as I know, on the systems that use dash, /bin/sh is a symlink to
dash. Anyway, it's true that some scripts are not compliant with dash.
Just yesterday I committed a fix for opensipsdbctl tool in order to
solve this issue. I'll dig into more problems today.
> - Python module is not built 
The Python module is not built because it is still in Alpha state.
> Looking at http://www.opensips.org/Development/Development I couldn't find who is in charge of the Debian packaging, so if there are no objections I'd like to give some love to it :-)
> : Is there any reason why we don't build the Debian package with TLS by default? Feels very inconvenient if someone wants to test it but the binaries don't have support for it.
> : The Python module is not built and it lacks documentation. Should we build it?
> Thanks and regards,
> Saúl Ibarra Corretgé
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