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Re: How is setup.ini generated these days?

On Sun, Apr 17, 2011 at 01:35:01PM -0400, Christopher Faylor wrote:
# setup.ini is generated by a program called "upset".  The current sources
# are not available to the public since the program is not intended for
# "roll-your-own-setup.ini" and the program is not something that I want
# to receive patches for or questions about.
# Older versions of the program are probably not kicking around out they
# are not supported here.
# If you want to generate a setup.ini use genini.  If you find bugs, then
# proposed patches will be thoughtfully considered as long as they aren't
# band-aids.

For starters, the categories have apparently changed. The latest setup.exe
does not have Comm and Sound, but has gained Accessibility and Security.

--- genini.orig	2011-04-18 23:28:30.000000000 +0200
+++ genini	2011-04-18 23:32:56.000000000 +0200
@@ -289,9 +289,9 @@
     my @cats = qw'
-     Admin Archive Audio Base Comm Database Devel Doc Editors Games
+     Accessibility Admin Archive Audio Base Database Devel Doc Editors Games
      Gnome Graphics Interpreters KDE Libs Mail Math Mingw Net Perl
-     Publishing Python Science Shells Sound System Text Utils Web X11
+     Publishing Python Science Security Shells System Text Utils Web X11
      _obsolete _PostInstallLast
     @main::categories{map {lc $_} @cats} = @cats;


Jens Schweikhardt
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