[Thunar-dev] GConf? [WAS Re: Problems building new Thunar snapshot]
corsac at corsac.net
Sun Nov 13 00:48:25 CET 2005
Benedikt Meurer wrote:
> There are libexo snapshots available as .deb's (of course, since they're
> required for the thunar .deb's :-). I plan to make a 0.3.1.1 alpha
> release, hopefully by the end of this month (but don't hold your breath
> for it).
I think I'll start on this. :)
>>to build libexo > 0.3.1 we need xfce-dev-tools, and there is not release
> Ehm, there's the 4.3.0 release:
Oh, I didn't see it. I'm going to start packaging this soon, I think
>>So we would have to package 3 svn packages before providing
>>thunar, and I don't know if it's a good idea. For the moment we are
>>focusing on uploading 22.214.171.124 to unstable, but then, i'd be happy to
>>participate in thunar packaging.
> There'll also be a 0.2.0 thunar alpha release soon (hopefully).
>>For debian, we packages for unstable, but as soon as the packages hit
>>testing, I rebuild packages for stable.
> Well, there's the major problem. The packages will went into
> experimental first, then to unstable and after some more time to
> testing. This excludes the most interesting group of testers (the Debian
> testing users and users of most Debian-derived distros) for the binary
> packages. It'd therefore be nice if you could provide packages built on
> Debian/testing (a slightly out-dated testing works best from our
Well, I can/will build testing packages (on sparc, however). I can even
build stable packages, if build-dependencies arent too awful :)
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