Let us know if there are things we can do to the source tree/layout to make packaging simpler especially for the player 3.0/trunk/cmake version, but I am more than happy to put out a bug fix release of 2.1 so we can package it up.


2009/2/11 Jamuraa <jamuraa@gmail.com>
On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 12:09 PM, Toby Collett
<tcollett+player@plan9.net.nz> wrote:
> 2009/2/8 Daniele Calisi <daniele.calisi@gmail.com>
>> Hi all,
>> how does the distribution deployment work? I see that in distributions
>> we have now Player 2.0 and stage 2, will you deploy newer versions to
>> distributions?
>> --
>> Daniele "MadMage" Calisi
>> "Your limit is always a bit beyond"
> In the past individuals from the user community have packaged and pushed the
> packages up to the distributions, in particular debian/ubuntu. It would
> definately be good to see some more recent versions make it to the repos,
> but at the moment we are lacking someone to drive it.
> Toby

I am the current maintainer in Debian of these packages, which get
picked up by Ubuntu occasionally and put into universe.  You'll be
pleased to hear that I've started work on packaging Player and Stage
again.  From a packaging perspective, there are a few hassles related
to libraries that I need to work out but there should be some new
Debian packages within the month.   I haven't looked at packaging
Stage 3.0 yet - would it be useful to package them separately?

Michael Janssen --- Jamuraa --- jamuraa@base0.net --- jamuraa@debian.org

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