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Re: Any current plans for an SDL package?
Frédéric L. W. Meunier wrote:
On Sun, 23 Nov 2003, Larry Hall wrote:Yes i will not be able to maintain it, however i doubt that it would be
too very hard to find a maintainer, as the packages are already
maintained for compiling under windows, so all that would actually be
nessisary is to compile it for cygwin after each new release. The key is
finding any header files that are needed that you cannot get through
cygwin. (Not a big deal, but this has been the true cause of many a
message posted to this list regarding SDL.)
At 04:40 PM 11/23/2003, firstname.lastname@example.org you wrote:
I could also try to compile a Cygwin binary version of the
library, but that would be at least slightly harder.
This would be a true Cygwin package so I don't see a reason
it couldn't be included in setup if it passes successfully
through the ITP stage.
Sure, if he wants to become a maintainer. He seemed to wrote
the opposite in his first e-mail:
"If nobody plans on creating such a package i may be able to,
however i warn you now: i do not intend on become a cygwin
You don't want another person who submits a package and doesn't
maintain it. The Links package is a good example.
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