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>> I want to package and maintain LablGTK2 for Cygwin.??LablGTK2?is?an?OCaml
>> interface to GTK2.
>> I posted this message a week ago, and got no response.??Maybe?people?are
>> busy,
>> which I understand.??OTOH?if?people?groaned?and?pushed?it?out?of?their
>> minds when they read about the screwy license terms below, I'd appreciate
>> it if
>> you'd take another look and tell me your opinions.??I?don't?think?there's
>> anything insurmountable there.
>> My proposed unison-gtk2 package is waiting (I think) for lablgtk2 to be
>> available, since I use lablgtk2 to build it.
> I got problems rebuilding it with Igors shared O'Caml version.??Since
> your package is linked satically against O'Caml libs it is no
> showstopper.

> I'll upload the package now, however, I would appreciate if you could
> switch to using the generic-build-script, I posted the LablGTK2
> package including the g-b-s earlier, just use it, please;)
> there is the original source package, my pacth and the script.??Give
> it a try, it is so much easier to build with the script.
> Just call it several times:
> ./ prep
> ./ conf
> ./ build
> ./ install
> ./ pkg
> ./ spkg
> and everything is finished. Oh, well, you may run also
> ./ finish
> to have absolutely finished.??There?are?also?other?tasks?the?script
> handles: 'check', 'depend', 'list', 'mkpatch', just play around with
> it to get used to it.

OK, I'm somewhat skeptical of the GBS, but will look into it.


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