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Re: Proposing TCM as a cygwin package
- From: Daniel Bößwetter<daniel at daniel-boesswetter dot de>
- To: Daniel Reed <n at ml dot org>
- Cc: cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 03 Oct 2003 15:04:39 +0200
- Subject: Re: Proposing TCM as a cygwin package
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I removed the duplicate man-directory and fixed the typo in setup.hint
that Christopher reported.
But now I ran into another problem, that keeps me from releasing the new
packages: TCM does not run on Cygwin 1.5, because it coredumps on
I noticed that 1.5 is more picky about memory issues than 1.3. It's
probably some off-by-one error in TCM, that did not occur so far on 1.3,
but I'll have to recompile with debugging turned on to find out.
I'll let you know when new packages are available.
Daniel Reed wrote:
On 2003-01-27T12:16+0100, Daniel Bößwetter wrote:
) TCM 2.20 has been released last week (see
) http://wwwhome.cs.utwente.nl/~tcm/) and I have made source and binary
) packages for Cygwin now. At
) you'll find the setup.hint, source and binary packages (marked as test
) in setup.hint).
The binary package includes:
I am not 100% sure about including everything under usr/X11R6/, but I'm
mostly concerned about having duplicate man1 directories under
usr/X11R6/man/man1/ and usr/X11R6/doc/tcm-2.20/. Also, since this package
was proposed, the expected location for the Cygwin README has changed to [I
believe] usr/share/doc/Cygwin/tcm-2.20.README, which is something to keep in
mind if you do release a -2.
Sorry if any of this has been brought up before. This is the oldest
review-less package in the PPL, so if these issues have been addressed just
point me to the relevant archive entries.