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Re: [Freeipa-devel] [SSSD] FreeIPA on Debian



On 03.09.2013 23:30, Nathan Kinder wrote:
> On 09/01/2013 01:35 PM, Timo Aaltonen wrote:
>> On 01.09.2013 21:43, Dmitri Pal wrote:
>>> On 09/01/2013 02:20 PM, Timo Aaltonen wrote:
>>>> On 31.08.2013 00:04, Dmitri Pal wrote:
>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>
>>>>> Sorry for cross posting to 4 different lists but it seems that this is
>>>>> the best way to include most of people who might be interested in this
>>>>> discussion.
>>>>>
>>>>> The question of "When FreeIPA will be available on Debian?" has been
>>>>> coming up periodically on the list(s) without any resolution.
>>>>> However it
>>>>> is clear that it would be beneficial for the community and the
>>>>> project.
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> As you know, I've been packaging stuff for the past two years with the
>>>> goal of eventually having FreeIPA server on Debian/Ubuntu. A lot has
>>>> been accomplished, but quite a bit is still missing too..
>>>>
>>>>> May be it is time to try again?
>>>>> Let us see why it yet has not happened?
>>>>>
>>>>> 1) Some components need to be ported to Debian especially Dogtag and a
>>>>> slew of its new RESTEasy dependencies. This requires time and quite an
>>>>> effort from someone familiar with the domain.
>>>> Yes, this is the biggest blocker. Dogtag 9 is packaged in git and
>>>> working, but I'm not going to push that to the distro. It can be used
>>>> for testing the IPA server though, before we have Dogtag 10. Once the
>>>> prereqs are in place the Dogtag git should be easy to rebase with 10.x.
>>>>
>>>> I did start packaging some of the dependencies, but hit a wall when
>>>> some
>>>> maven component needed a different release than another one.. AIUI this
>>>> is a known issue with maven based projects..
> I would like to organize the effort to get Dogtag 10 ported to Debian. 
> I know that there are a lot of dependencies needed for this to happen. 
> I can create and maintain a wiki page to track all of the work that is
> needed to get this porting done.  Do you have a list of Dogtag 10
> dependencies that are not currently packaged for Debian that I can use
> as a starting point?  Once we have a clear outline of what is needed, we
> can start trying to divide up and schedule the work.

Alright, nice! This is the list I sent to debian-java a year ago,
roughly in dependency order:

codehaus-parent
keytool-maven-plugin
maven-help-plugin
maven-idea-plugin
maven-jarsigner-plugin
maven-jxr
maven-source-plugin
geronimo-parent-poms
geronimo-annotation
plexus-mail-sender
maven-release
plexus-resources
maven-checkstyle-plugin
maven-pmd-plugin
maven-anno-plugin
maven-reporting-api
maven-changes-plugin
maven-deploy-plugin
apache-james-project
javamail
base64coder
gdata-java
sonatype-oss-parent
forge-parent
mojo-parent
maven-plugin-build-helper
relaxngcc
xsom
glassfish-fastinfoset
jvnet-parent
glassfish-jaxb-api
glassfish-dtd-parser
stax-ex
istack-commons
rngom
glassfish-jaxb
maven-jaxb2-plugin
jboss-parent
jandex
jboss-specs-parent
jboss-annotations
jetty-parent
jetty-toolchain
jetty-version-maven-plugin
scannotation
snakeyml
resteasy

There might be errors, now that I know that the fedora package of
resteasy doesn't built everything to make the deps a bit easier? And at
least codehaus-parent, mojo-parent and jetty-parent are packaged and
pushed to git.debian.org but since I'm not a DD (yet) I can't upload them.

The debian java policy means that the actual package names are like
'libmojo-parent-java' etc., in case you try to find a package.

> Do you have more details on the maven issue you were running up against?

if my notes are to be trusted, it was that keytool-maven-plugin wants
v16 of mojo-parent, and not v30 that is in git now..



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