On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 01:02:09PM +0200, Robin Gareus wrote:
> Are they also available from some repository (svn, git,..)?
No. Most projects here are in svn and I'm exploring git
for a few of them. But the repositories are not nor will
ever be on a public server. There is no team development
on any of my projects, and I'm not planning any.
Well... they are *source* packages. All it takes is download,
unpack, cd, sudo make install. The 'make remove' is a good idea,
I will be adding it to new releases. OTOH, the installed size of
e.g. zita-rev1 (binary and *.png) is less than 100k, so little
is gained by removing it.
> The nice thing is that your Makefiles are pretty clean. using dh_make,
you can define PREFIX on the make command line as well, there's
no need to modify the Makefile
> makes it easy to debianize them for local packaging; however if
Installer managed packages (taking care of dependencies etc.)
should be provided by the packagers of your distro, there's
no way I can do this. I don't even provide them for the distro
I use myself.
There are three of them, and Alleline.
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