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PSPP PPA for Zesty
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Matej Kovacic
2017-09-01 09:32:29 UTC
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Hi,

I found out that PSPP PPA (ppa:adamzammit/pspp) is not available for Zesty.

Any plans for support of this Ubuntu version?

Regards,
M.
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John Darrington
2017-09-01 10:14:57 UTC
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This is a question you will have to ask the Ubuntu developers.

PSPP is part of the GNU project. Other operating systems (such as
Ubuntu) are welcome to include PSPP if they decide to do so.

J'


On Fri, Sep 01, 2017 at 11:32:29AM +0200, Matej Kovacic wrote:
Hi,

I found out that PSPP PPA (ppa:adamzammit/pspp) is not available for Zesty.

Any plans for support of this Ubuntu version?

Regards,
M.
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Friedrich Beckmann
2017-09-01 12:04:14 UTC
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Hi Matej,

i guess you noticed that the default packages for ubuntu zesty include pspp 0.10.2 ?

https://packages.ubuntu.com/zesty/pspp

Regards

Friedrich
Post by John Darrington
This is a question you will have to ask the Ubuntu developers.
PSPP is part of the GNU project. Other operating systems (such as
Ubuntu) are welcome to include PSPP if they decide to do so.
J'
Hi,
I found out that PSPP PPA (ppa:adamzammit/pspp) is not available for Zesty.
Any plans for support of this Ubuntu version?
Regards,
M.
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Matej Kovacic
2017-09-01 12:11:37 UTC
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Post by Friedrich Beckmann
Hi Matej,
i guess you noticed that the default packages for ubuntu zesty include pspp 0.10.2 ?
In fact, i- did and i am really happy with that. But the question is,
whether this will stay so or there will be new versions as they will be
released by PSPP developers?

Regards,

M.
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Friedrich Beckmann
2017-09-01 12:50:34 UTC
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Hi Matej,

the latest pspp version is 1.0.1. Ubuntu and debian work that way that the version
which is at a certain point of time in debian testing is the version that is included in
a specific distribution, e.g. zesty. One way for current updates of pspp for ubuntu is the
ppa from Adam Zammit that you mention:

https://launchpad.net/~adamzammit/+archive/ubuntu/pspp

Adam has for example provided 1.0.1 for Ubuntu Xenial. This is solely Adams
work and you have to ask Adam https://launchpad.net/~adamzammit if he plans
to make a version for zesty also.

Regards

Friedrich
Post by Matej Kovacic
Post by Friedrich Beckmann
Hi Matej,
i guess you noticed that the default packages for ubuntu zesty include pspp 0.10.2 ?
In fact, i- did and i am really happy with that. But the question is,
whether this will stay so or there will be new versions as they will be
released by PSPP developers?
Adam Zammit
2017-09-05 12:10:14 UTC
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Hi all,

I have added a Zesty build to that repository. I don't have Zesty to test
but please let me know if it doesn't work for you.

Adam
Post by Friedrich Beckmann
Hi Matej,
the latest pspp version is 1.0.1. Ubuntu and debian work that way that the version
which is at a certain point of time in debian testing is the version that is included in
a specific distribution, e.g. zesty. One way for current updates of pspp for ubuntu is the
https://launchpad.net/~adamzammit/+archive/ubuntu/pspp
Adam has for example provided 1.0.1 for Ubuntu Xenial. This is solely Adams
work and you have to ask Adam https://launchpad.net/~adamzammit if he plans
to make a version for zesty also.
Regards
Friedrich
Post by Matej Kovacic
Post by Friedrich Beckmann
Hi Matej,
i guess you noticed that the default packages for ubuntu zesty include
pspp 0.10.2 ?
Post by Matej Kovacic
In fact, i- did and i am really happy with that. But the question is,
whether this will stay so or there will be new versions as they will be
released by PSPP developers?
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Matej Kovacic
2017-09-05 12:50:26 UTC
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Hi,
Post by Adam Zammit
I have added a Zesty build to that repository. I don't have Zesty to
test but please let me know if it doesn't work for you.
I tested it, it installs and runs. It is version GNU pspp 1.0.1

Thanks.

Regartds,

M.
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