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#1760 fixed GMT quickstart hopelessly outdated live-demo@… Bas Couwenberg
Description

With the disappearance of Hamish the project he is a contact for suffer.

The GMT quickstart is a good example, it's hopelessly outdated since the switch to GMT 5.x.

The GMT quickstart should not be linked to from any pages until it has been updated by a new maintainer.

#1764 fixed Replace osmapi package with python-osmapi live-demo@… Bas Couwenberg
Description

The package for the Python osmapi module in OSGeo-Live is still based on the old unofficial packaging, the package is now Debian & Ubuntu (since wily) as python-osmapi:

The package in OSGeo-Live should switch to the source package maintained by the Debian GIS team.

The install_osm.sh doesn't need to be modified, the binary package name has stayed the same (python-osmapi).

The source package maintained by the Debian GIS team also builds the module for Python 3 (python3-osmapi) which the source package in OSGeo-Live does not.

#1774 fixed Switch to MapProxy packaging maintained by the Debian GIS team live-demo@… Bas Couwenberg
Description

OSGeo-Live should switch to the MapProxy packaging maintained by the Debian GIS team, which is included in the main Debian & Ubuntu repositories too:

https://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/pkg-grass/mapproxy.git

The packaging differs somewhat from that in OSGeo-Live so far.

The old packaging had only the python-mapproxy binary package which contained everything, in the new packaging the python-mapproxy binary package provides the library for Python 2, and python3-mapproxy the library for Python 3.

The commandline utilities are moved to /usr/lib/<package>/. Architecture independent data is moved to /usr/share/<package>/ and symlinked from their origin under /usr/lib/python<version>/dist-packages/mapproxy/.

The new mapproxy binary package provides the commandline tools in /usr/bin/, which are symlinks to the Python scripts in /usr/lib/python-mapproxy/ provided by the python-mapproxy package. The mapproxy package also provides the manpages for the commandline tools.

The new mapproxy-doc binary package provides the documentation, and is suggested by the mapproxy package. It should make use the MapProxy-docs tarball in install_mapproxy.sh obsolete.

The changes to install_mapproxy.sh for the new mapproxy packages are included in attachment:install_mapproxy.patch

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