New versions for some programs
julian at netzkind.at
Tue Jan 21 19:51:56 GMT 2003
On Tuesday 21 January 2003 18:02, Florin Braescu wrote:
> I have tried some new versions for some programs in
> moonbase. All seems to be OK. The new proposals are:
Some more software, where bumping the version worked for me.
All of these are tagged "stable" (or similar) by their developers.
Perhaps, some of you CVS-heads could change moonbase accordingly, pleeeease.
openoffice-bin could be changed to 1.0.2, but BUILD has to be changed.
First off, the patch changed to something like this:
--- /tmp/install 2003-01-16 23:24:18.000000000 +0100
+++ install 2003-01-21 14:22:56.000000000 +0100
@@ -8,2 +8,2 @@
Secondly, we are no longer able to call "install" as $SOURCE_DIRECTORY/install
Why? Because this skript tries to mktemp -q /tmp/$0.XXXXXX
In other words, it tries to mktemp -q /tmp/usr/src/install/install.XXXXXX, and
that can't work. So either patch install a second time (making the $0 an
OOinstall or something like that on line 107) or change BUILD to this:
Third thing is xosd
moonbase tells the tale of 1.0.4, but can't prove its existence (no sources
found, neither on ignavus.net nor in cache.lunar-youknowwhatimean).
AFAIK the only version the author has available is 2.0.2, but that's another
API than 1.x, so go decide for yourself.
xmms-plugin, if anybody cares, works fine with 2.0.2 ... except it crashes on
So much for that
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