[gmail] Re: New SVN game: Quake III
marc.leeman at gmail.com
Sat Feb 4 12:10:56 UTC 2006
> Come on, 3 mb is not really that large nowadays.
This aside, it would IMHO complicate matters (maintenance) considering
the active upstream.
> > The package name is the SVN snapshot, so one could consider that as a
> > 'release' snapshot 530 will not change, ...
> Please provide the orig.tar.gz you are using then.
In my original announcement mail I wrote:
> I uploaded Quake III to the games SVN; the tarball of the upstream
> sources (svn530 snapshot) is in incoming of pkg-games.
> Is that the correct location and do I have access to move it around to
> some other place?
Since I did not get a reply on this, nor did anyone mention moving it, I
would assume it is still there.
> (I still prefer to not use mergeWithUpstream mode for this package)
In my professional life, I am used to working with large (free software)
upstream projects (u-boot, linux kernel, busybox, uclibc, dropbear,
...) where we need to make some board specific changes to; and from
that experience, I would have to say that putting all code in SVN is a
There you are. We've been looking all over for you, Rygel. You're
making the DRD's nervous.
Zhaan - PK Tech Girl
scorpius.homelinux.org 2.6.15 #1 PREEMPT Thu Jan 5 22:01:16 CET 2006 GNU/Linux
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