teusjannette at gmail.com
Tue Dec 20 07:46:03 GMT 2011
Jonathan wrote (copied from another thread):
Whether people use the CrossWire repositories or Teus' new one is up to
them. I'm not sure why Teus did not just ask that his packages be added
to the Crosswire repo, having two places like this seems an unnecessary
source of potential confusion to me. That's something we can discuss
What happened it this: When setting up these source package recipes at
 it just never occurred to me that these could also put their built
packages into the stable CrossWire repositories.
I do agree with you that it would be much better to put the built
packages into the CrossWire repositories rather than in my own. I am
willing to do this straightaway.
But may we discuss one single things that now occurs to me. Yesterday
bibledit-gtk-4.5 was released. It will soon land into my own
repository at launchpad. Jonathan yesterday built bibledit-gtk-4.3 and
put the packages into the CrossWire Developer Preview repository, and
intends to copy them to the CrossWire Stable Packages repository. If
two different version of bibledit-gtk land into the same repository,
version 4.3 and version 4.5, will there be any interference between
the two? Will one push out the other?
Of course version 4.5 needs to be there in that repository because it
is the newest software. And version 4.3 was needed for a special case
that came up within SIL circles.
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