> On 04/11/2005 08:58:34 PM, Chris Moody wrote:
>> I finally got the fink version of gramps to work.
> Great news! Which gramps version?
I'm currently running is 1.0.10-10.
>> Now I'm wondering if anyone knows if the fink version can be upgraded
>> via python files?
> What do you mean by 'upgrade via python files'?
I had thought that in the Debian version, once you had a running copy,
you could simply remove the *.pyo and *.pyc files, and replace the *.py
files and it would be upgraded.
Is this wrong?
>> If so, where are they?
I've been unable to find any python files, so I was curious as to where
> Well, my guess is that you mean to grab a new version from
> sf.net and adapt it to your fink installation. I am not sure
> how that would work. It largely depends on whether you'd like
> to upgrade within a STABLE series, or try the development
> I would guess that the development version will need more
> changes. As for the STABLE, it may work, but I would
> *really* *really* recommend just talking to the fink maintainer
> of gramps. The packaging for fink must be similar to
> that for Debian, and it's not too much work to package
> the next release. It will save you a lot of trouble.
> Sorry, can't really tell more since I don't know details
> about fink. Anybody with more knowledge?
> Alexander Roitman http://www.gramps-project.org