[Gtkradiant] GtkRadiant for Debian GNU/Linux
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Wed Jun 27 16:18:24 CDT 2007
Thanks for your work Frits! It's good to see a native Linux package of
GtkRadiant. Maybe namespace could add this information to the wiki.
On 27/06/07, Frits Daalmans <fritsd at wanadoo.nl> wrote:
> 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.
> Good luck,
> 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.
> > TTimo
> > 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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