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Bug#926416: ITP: conda -- OS-agnostic, system-level binary package manager and ecosystem
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Andreas Tille
2019-04-04 20:10:01 UTC
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Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist

Subject: ITP: conda -- OS-agnostic, system-level binary package manager and ecosystem
Package: wnpp
Owner: Andreas Tille <***@debian.org>
Severity: wishlist

* Package name : conda
Version : 4.6.10
Upstream Author : xx-20yy <upstream>
* URL : https://conda.io/
* License : <license>
Programming Lang: Python
Description : OS-agnostic, system-level binary package manager and ecosystem
Conda is a cross-platform, language-agnostic binary package manager. It
is the package manager used by Anaconda installations, but it may be
used for other systems as well. Conda makes environments first-class
citizens, making it easy to create independent environments even for C
libraries.

Remark: This package is maintained by Debian Med Packaging Team at
https://salsa.debian.org/med-team/conda
Andreas Tille
2019-11-08 10:10:02 UTC
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Control: block -1 by 924294

Complete missing information:


* Package name : conda
Version : 4.7.11
Upstream Author : 2012-2019 Anaconda, Inc.
* URL : https://conda.io/
* License : BSD-3-clause
Programming Lang: Python
Description : OS-agnostic, system-level binary package manager and ecosystem
Conda is a cross-platform, language-agnostic binary package manager. It
is the package manager used by Anaconda installations, but it may be
used for other systems as well. Conda makes environments first-class
citizens, making it easy to create independent environments even for C
libraries.
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Mo Zhou
2019-11-09 02:00:01 UTC
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Hi Andreas,

Conda should not enter the main section.

As doko said, conda use MKL (non-free) by default, and prebuilt packages
are linked against libmkl_rt.so (entrance lib of MKL). So if you are going
to do performance tests, swithing BLAS/LAPACK alterntive to libmkl_rt
for Debian packages could help you reduce the number of variables to
control.

Install an Anaconda instance and identify the MKL linkage:

fdfind -e so -x readelf -d | rg mkl

Another point supporting the "should enter contrib" claim is that
Anaconda does NOT allow its software repository be mirrored without
asking, which makes the packages not freely redistributable.

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