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Yuchen Lin

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Development project for python interpreting parsers for openSUSE Tumbleweed.

Testing builds are again done against older distributions to verify backporting potential. Do NOT add on your machines.

This is the development project for Jupyter-related packages, interfaces, extensions, and kernels. It also includes IPython and related packages.

Mailman is a mailing list manager from the GNU project.

This is the development project for Python-based general-purpose numeric and plotting packages, such as numpy and matplotlib.

This Project contains the latest R-base package for OpenSUSE and SLE releases. It is a devel project, i.e. R-base is submitted to Factory.

The CRAN packages are build with the current released R.

You are invited to add further packages from R. You can use R2spec to generate spec files. If the package works somewhere you can submit it for inclusion in d:l:R:released.

Please: Don't include the 'R CMD check' section of the packages in the spec file. Extensive checking is done in CRAN. We had problems with circular dependencies when tests are included.

At the moment, please, don't split packages up, even if rpmlint complains. On the R side package dependencies don't know about the concept of devel packages, so it would become harder to track dependencies on both sides.

This project aims to provide the latest version of the ruby interpreter

Want to discuss issues? Hop into #opensuse-ruby on Freenode.

This project provides popular ruby extensions packaged for openSUSE and SLE.

Want to discuss issues? Hop into #opensuse-ruby on Freenode.

http://www.rust-lang.org/

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This project provides the Tcl programming language and various extensions to it.
http://www.tcl.tk

If your library is a basic building block (-> subject to interpretation) and topically does not fit into another project, this may be the place for it.

Some rules..

1. We only build against the standard repositories for the distros
2. Users only get access to their packages. We should keep the number of project maintainers as small as possible

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alacrityvm -> Virtualization:AlacrityVM
qlsert -> devel:tools
smictrl -> Do we really want to distribute it?

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okurz: I am not yet sure which repo(s) would be good for this project. openSUSE_Factory corresponds to where we want to submit to, openSUSE_Tumbleweed is what we test against in https://openqa.opensuse.org/tests/latest?distri=openqa&test=openqa_install%2Bpublish

Quite some packages in openSUSE:Factory are not easy split into topic parts, so
we have this "the rest" project, that contains packages that do not really fit
anywhere else.

This project is different to many other devel projects in that the maintainers
are defined by package and not by project.

devel:openSUSE:Apps is the development space for leaf applications of openSUSE:Factory (Tumbleweed) and potential backport projects openSUSE:Apps

This project is STRICTLY for Application packages targeted at openSUSE:Tumbleweed and potentially at openSUSE:Apps - a collection project to provide up-to-date application versions to released products.

Devel project for rpmlint to avoid rpmlint breaking other packages

Devel project for rpmlint to avoid rpmlint breaking other packages

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All kind of developments tools. Esp. profiling and debugging tools.

Tools for building software

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