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Re: Slackware Packages

From: Adam Fedor
Subject: Re: Slackware Packages
Date: Sat, 3 Feb 2007 10:22:38 -0700

On Feb 3, 2007, at 7:52 AM, Stefan Bidigaray wrote:

Well, I'm at it again! In light of the new -base and GWorkspace release, I decided to rebuild the Slackware packages. This time, I'd like to build just 1 packages for the libraries instead of 1 per lib like I did in the past. This could simplify my work, and also installation. My question is, if I build the 1 package I'd call it gnustep-core but I'm not really sure what version is the overall libraries on! Each set of libraries have their own versioning system and I never seem to know what version GNUstep is in a whole, and that's what I need to know.

You could use the same version as the Startup package


which basically package the core libraries. Or you could use your own version number as long as it was consistent.

Also, I think this goes out to Adam, I would appreciate it if a section for the Slackware packages could be pointed by the "Downloads" page!

Sure. What's the link?

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