[Lame-dev] New lame upstream release?
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Fri Jul 29 20:50:06 UTC 2011
On Wed, 27 Jul 2011 18:26:23 -0400 Andres Mejia <mcitadel at gmail.com>
> We outright disable the use of the GTK frontend, since it requires a
> very old version of GTK. I think there are better tools out now
> (audacity maybe). Perhaps the GTK frontend should be removed from lame
The GTK frontend is a mp3-algorithm debugging frontend. IIRC there's a
configure option to disable it, so I'm a little bit puzzled why you
need to remove it from configure.in.
> The other change simply changes how the debian directory is included
> in the generated tarball. The debian directory still gets included,
> but there's no need to have any "Makefile*" files in the debian
> directory. This would remove our need to patch the build system for
> each release of lame.
The Makefiles are there so that our release-tarball contains the debian
directory (auto* magic) and everyone can create a debian package. If
you (as the debian project) tell that this is not necessary anymore
(because you will take care about it like I do it in the FreeBSD
package system), we can either remove the makefiles, or the
complete debian directory. What's the best way in your opinion?
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