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Re: A month worth of developers time available for cygwin.

I don't have commit access, but I will have the time in four weeks :)
If you've been dutifully archiving the patches, I'll be happy to examine 

I wouldn't be at all surprised if people have in deed been waiting for you
to patch the generic build script: AFAIKnew, it's your script, right?



On Thu, Jan 15, 2004 at 01:28:02AM -0500, Charles Wilson wrote:
> Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> >Note that there are a couple of patches to the generic build script
> >floating around in the cygwin-apps archives.  Also, it might pay to look
> >at the sources of a bunch of Cygwin packages that use the generic build
> >script, and compare/extract the good bits/parameterize the differences.
> >I'm sure people (read: package maintainers) will appreciate a new release
> >of the generic build script, and it will also make it easier to eventually
> >switch to an RPM/dpkg-like model.
> Request: can somebody else with commit access please look into this (I 
> have a hunch that folks are waiting for _me_ to do this...)  I've been 
> dutifully archiving the various posted patches but I just can't find any 
> extra time to sift out the wheat from the chaff.  Job/Personal/RealLife 
> is intruding heavily just now...
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> Chuck
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