[Scitech] Re: Self Introduction: Jun Aruga

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Jun Aruga <jaruga@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> First what I want to do is
> * Updating samtools ( https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/samtools ) to
> latet version 1.9.
> * Adding new htslib RPM package with the sub package htslib-devel

You'll find (e.g. via https://fedoraproject.org/PackageReviewStatus/)
there's already a stalled review for htslib:

Generally, also look on copr as well as bugzilla:

[I thought I had an htslib-based samtools in copr, but no.]

> On Debian, the samtools and htslib are available, I will refer the logic.
> https://packages.debian.org/sid/samtools

While it's often worth referring to Debian packaging, you're probably
better off starting with what the samtools maintainer already has in
copr, especially as Debian packaging is rather simpler.  There's also
OpenSUSE (and the OBS equivalent of copr) which has a recent samtools,
but OS spec files may need significant adjustment for Fedora.

For what it's worth, I'm starting to build some HPC packages for aarch64
in copr, including Extrae et al from the Mont Blanc stable.
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