jmarsden at fastmail.fm
Wed Dec 21 06:02:57 GMT 2011
On 12/19/2011 11:46 PM, Teus Benschop wrote:
> 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.
> ... 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?
They can coexist just fine; however, if bibledit-gtk 4.5 can build under
Lucid (or Lucid-with-backports), then the SIL requirement can be met by
it, making my 4.3 packages unnecessary.
I'd say go ahead and put your bibledit-gtk 4.5 packages into CrossWire
repositories; maybe into developer-testing initially, and then, if
no-one finds significant issues, into the CrossWire Stable repo,
ppa:pkgcrosswire/ppa . If you want to set up daily recipe-based builds
that trigger whenever there is a commit to your source repository, there
is ppa:pkgcrosswire/daily for that, too :)
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