please, review a new package for Karmic 9.10
ii at elegant-mathematics.com
Sun Aug 16 10:00:02 BST 2009
actually I tried to do myself but stopped on "debian/rules", i.e. I run:
dh_make -e ii at elegant-mathematics.com -c gpl -f qblas-1.1.tar.gz
change everything in debian dir, but did not succeed with changes for
Please, find attached my debian directory, and please, suggest me how to
correct it, or point me to the link where I can find a good example.
was not enough for me to go forward.
Caroline Ford wrote:
> You haven't actually packaged it - that's just a source tarball and
> some binaries. You need to make a Debian package - the Ubuntu
> packaging guide is the place to start.
> Sent from a mobile device.
> On 14 Aug 2009, at 19:37, Ilgis Ibragimov <ii at elegant-mathematics.com>
>> hope that is not too late. We have "Quad Precision BLAS" library and
>> wish to put it into Karmic 9.10.
>> The package is simple and contain not too much files. We have binaries
>> for 32 and 64 bit platforms, sources under GPL and test example, so I am
>> expecting to have:
>> A direct link to the homepage of this package is:
>> This package is a quad precision implementation of BLAS and ATLAS
>> packages, that are already long time in Ubuntu releases. I hope that
>> this package will be useful for all numerical mathematics, who works
>> with large sparse/dense solvers and soon will be callable from octave.
>> Please, tell me what else should I provide for it.
>> Dr. Ilgis Ibragimov, VP
>> Elegant Mathematics Ltd.
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