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Fri Dec 20 16:21:56 UTC 2013
> Il Venerdì 20 Dicembre 2013 16:26, Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo <manuel.montezelo at gmail.com> ha scritto:
> > Hi,
> 2013/12/20 Gianfranco Costamagna <costamagnagianfranco at yahoo.it>:
>> Hi fernando, the status is that .25 is that I packaged it and
> tweaked/bumped the api/soname.
>> It should be working and I think can be reviewed/uploaded.
>> I didn't push anything to alioth, can I do it?
>> If you want to upload I'll be glad to do this :)
>> Now that the soname has been bumped I think there will no more problems in
>>> Il Venerdì 20 Dicembre 2013 16:09, Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo
> <manuel.montezelo at gmail.com> ha scritto:
>>> > Hi,
>>> It seems that we have a version 2.0.24 but not .25 ready, can you
>>> please comment on the status of this?
> I would prefer if Felix (which did more work on the package) reviewed
> it, otherwise I can do it in a few days.
> If things are all right and you want to step up as maintainer for this
> package within the Debian SDL team, I think that you should commit the
> changes to alioth, you already have permissions and I don't think that
> it makes sense to release .24 present there if .25 is already out.
I can help of course, I'm trying to get more and more involved in debian (I'm a DM since some months now, but I started contributing more than one year ago in the debian alioth gits)
I'll be glad to help, altough sometimes I still make mistakes (the .24 wasn't uploaded because the ABI/API changed and nobody bumped the soname...
I pushed everything on alioth!
> BTW, what's the status of sdlgfx for SDL2? We could create a package
> for it, if upstream supports it and there's enough demand (although it
> seems that very very few packages within debian switched to libsdl2
> :-(( ).
I don't know, I remember I sent some patches upstream about sdl (autoconf stuff), but I honestly don't know about this, one of the packages I maintain (hedgewars) is trying to switch (I think) to sdl2, but I'm not aware about a milestone, so for me is DK.
> Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo <manuel.montezelo at gmail.com>
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