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[ITP] gnucap - initial questions
- From: Peter Li <chinasaurli at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 08 Aug 2010 20:10:13 -0700
- Subject: [ITP] gnucap - initial questions
The Gnu Circuit Analysis Package has a stable version 0.35 from 2006
and a very usable dev version from December 2009. I have found it
useful in my work, and considerably easier than trying to compile SPICE
or find a decent free SPICE binary. There are already Debian and Fedora
It compiles in Cygwin with an extremely simple 5 line patch, which has
not changed over multiple releases from the 2006 version to today. Is
there interest in making it a Cygwin package? I'm willing to put
together a current package, but I'm not confident that I can handle
porting future releases if they require more complicated patching.
Perhaps someone else would be willing to take this up?
I would lean towards making the initial package the latest dev version
and the "previous" version the stable 0.35 release; what is standard