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Re: current development

From: Joseph Heled
Subject: Re: current development
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2019 09:40:48 +1300

What is the matter with you people? bug-gnubg is synonym with dev-gnubg.

Perhaps it is time for me to stop being involved with GNUBG. Does not seem people here are interested in doing anything constructive. If this is not the case, prove me wrong.


On Thu, 5 Dec 2019 at 08:57, Ingo Macherius <address@hidden> wrote:
This is not a bug. While individual members of the gnubg team always had
setups for dependency management under various IDEs and OSes, there
never was a satisfying solution in the repository. There was a Linux
package management HOWTO, but it's went away with the rest of the web
pages. And no, automake and it's cryptic error message not really
qualifies as a dependency management system. I'm a Java guy and used to
tool based solutions such as maven or gradle. Picking and adding
something similar suiteable for C, ideally something which works on all
major OSes, would greatly improve the confusion you and everybody else
starting to work with the code has to go through.


Am 04.12.19 um 19:00 schrieb Joseph Heled:
> And good riddance. This list is called bug-gnubg.
> -Joseph
> On Thu, 5 Dec 2019 at 06:59, Ralph Corderoy <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hi Joseph,
>>> I was intentionally rude because I thought his original post was
>>> inappropriate.
>> How childish.  We put up with your many posts detailing your failure to
>> compile from source when a quick Google would have led to the method of
>> using the package manager to install the build dependencies.  No one was
>> rude.  You got civil help.
>> I've no time for such antics.  This list has always been polite in my
>> experience.  I'm unsubscribing.
>> --
>> Cheers, Ralph.

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