Wed Jul 27 08:24:00 GMT 2005
> The description looks OK... have you created packages via the
> guidelines at http://cygwin.com/setup.html ?
Yes, I have created some packages. They are at our ftp-server:
There is a small repository only containing the packages.
> How about the extensions?
> I would include the XEmacs interface with the base package, but strip
> out the winhelp file to be available via seperate download.
> And put the X stuff in a seperate package. But not named like ESingular,
> better like Singular-<xxx>
I have made the following packges:
singular-help (HTML Help and info)
singular-surf (Compiled surf programm)
And one further, which is only there for the repository
singular-helper (depends of singular-* and installs shortcuts)
This server is made up for testing but maybe we want to use it also to
distribute Singular in a easy install routine. I hope this is okay with
the cygwin project. A short description of the process can be found at
Btw: The feature to select severel mirrors is great for such an application.
> I don't think ntl/doc/*.txt needs to be there, since they are the same
> as the headers.
> several hardcoded /usr/local/bin/ paths should be fixed (latex)
I am sorry. Till now I only have made binaries packages. I am reallybusy
with this stuff. Is it okay, if I add the sources later? They compile
out of box from the cvs today quite good, but I want to make some
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