[Gtkradiant] GtkRadiant for Debian GNU/Linux
fritsd at wanadoo.nl
Wed Jun 27 12:47:12 CDT 2007
Warning: cross-posted to 2 mailing-lists.
I've packaged gtkradiant for Debian, now almost a year ago, but it's not made
it in yet.
I hoped it would gain some more attention from normal end-users once it was 1
apt-get away to install :-)
I recently refreshed it from the zerowing svn repository, revision 170 from
20070511, because I've just started at a new job and have very little time
for it anymore.
It should work on i386, amd64 and ppc (untested) at least, and it's lintian
and linda clean. The debian packaging information is on:
if you like you can download the .diff.gz file, gunzip it, and patch the
pristine source with it. It should only create a debian/ subdirectory with
various and sundry debian voodoo ;-)
N.B. in the debian directory I packaged a few images (Splash-Debian.png and
Debian.jpg) which are from the Debian desktop-base package, copyright Mirko
Hufnagel (that one's public domain I thought) and Gary Burke , respectively.
This was so that debian users can start playing around with a few textures.
P.S. : probably more once I figure out how SConstruct calls the other
architectures from the buildd logs. Need to adapt included script
debian/get_arch.tmp.sh for that.
On Wednesday 27 June 2007 18:45, Timothee Besset wrote:
> Sourceforge's quality of service is plain horrible. We'll keep the SVN
> and mailing lists hosted here no matter what.
> As far as bug tracker, I've let bugzilla fall behind, because it's old
> and these days there are much better options. I'm not sure it's worth
> trying to bring it back up, or better to move to something else. I also
> don't want to let general users enter bugs into it, but only let an
> allowed set of people do that. We've seen in the past that it gets
> completely overflowed with irrelevant reports and becomes useless quickly.
> That said, I have very little time for GtkRadiant, let alone doing
> server administration for it. I may not be opposed to us using a bug
> tracker somewhere else.
> Dunk Fordyce wrote:
> > It certainly seems a little pointless all the different projects using
> > gtkradiant making the same fixes ( and there are several. There are
> > even some copies of gtkradiant in other projects svn repos ive seen
> > which are being worked on. )
> > Personally Id like to see a patch and bug tracker installed. At least
> > then you could see what was being/ had been worked on. The normal
> > style of dealing out svn write is fine by me.
> > How about just chucking the code onto
> > sourceforge/some-other-generic-project-host and be done with it? ;)
> > They have all the features in place already.
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