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- Subject: Re: Lua libraries
- From: Jay Carlson <nop@...>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 10:51:00 -0500
On Tuesday, January 29, 2002, at 10:30 AM, Daniel Silverstone wrote:
On Tue, Jan 29, 2002 at 09:41:34AM -0500, Jay Carlson wrote:
Would it help if I shipped woody source packages? I now have a couple
of boxes tracking the testing distro, so it would be pretty easy.
Punting the lua40 package over to me if you like would be nice.
http://www.place.org/~nop/lua/debian/ is current status for potato. I
haven't shipped woody packages because the ones I have are just hacked
together enough to work. I need to review the packaging standards.
Known screwups: a silly source file name
and a complete lack of Build-Depends. I'll spin the crank on these
packages again tonight for potato, and then forward-port them to woody.
I need to make sure that all the stuff I write is for 40 and 41
Unfortunately I am using 41 in all my new projects 'cos I can track 4.1
development with the -work releases fine (unless we're waiting about 9
months for 4.1 in which case I'll just have to freeze at 4.1-work3)
I'm stuck with 4.0 until tolua catches up. Been considering porting it
to 4.1 myself.
If the lua40 package is up to scratch for unstable/testing I'll put it
and adapt my 41 packages to say 41 instead of 4
Yes, quite. I'm interested in making your life easier, and I'm more
than willing to take advice and suggestions. I'm not a Real Debian
Developer, so you know more than I do about what's good and proper.