Is there any plans for SUSE to support varnish-cache https://varnish-cache.org/ with future release of SLES ?
I’m attempting to compile varnish-cache 6.1.1 from source, as there is no rpm available from varnish-cache.org.
So far I’ve run into 2 packages that are not available - python-docutils & python-sphinx
In varnish 5.x on SUSE 12 I was able to use the python-docsutils from opensuse and eventually it was available from 12sp3. In SUSE 15 SP0 it again is not available.
A new one: python-sphinx was not needed in varnish-cache 5.x but is now. It is available I think from packagehub but with a different name: python-sphinxcontrib-pecanwsme. I was going to try it until I tried to install it; Problem: nothing provides python2-Sphinx needed by python2-sphinxcontrib-httpdomain-1.5.0-bp150.2.4.noarch So it too is not available, python-sphinx.
After doing some research it appears that most of the other major distributions, RH, Ubuntu, centos all seem to have it. I was wondering why SUSE doesn’t have them or are they working on it and just haven’t released it yet for SLES 15?
For the time being I’ll have to see if I can compile it on SLES 12SP4.