op-panel and libswl-perl

Kilian Krause kilian at debian.org
Mon Jun 19 19:11:50 UTC 2006


> There is no new ming-fonts package yet. I'm not sure what you are using.
> Note that the packages that are sitting in the NEW queue for ming can also
> be found at
> http://www.netsweng.com/~anderson/ming/ (for sarge)
> http://www.netsweng.com/~anderson/ming-unstable/ (for etch)
> I looked at the URL you provided above, and got confused about their heritage
> (though I have to admit I looked quickly as I'm just getting back in town
> from a trip).

may tell you otherwise. That's what I meant with "I just hacked together
what was needed"

> > Any ideas how to cleanly fix this?
> There is no new ming-fonts package becasue I'd like to implement a new way
> of creating that packge so we can get a wider selection of fonts. I'd like to
> creat a package that depends on the existing font package that contain
> interesting TTF fonts, and then build the ming fonts from them. One thing
> that stands in the way of this is that we don't have a ttf2fft package. I've
> just about decided I will have to pick that one up too, but I need to read
> over the license more closely to make sure it is acceptable.

Sounds nice. Keep us posted as soon as there's updates to look at. ;)

> > Stuart, feel free to comment on the updates I have done to your -5
> > packaging. It still runs configure in the clean target for some reason I
> > haven't yet found, but all the rest should be ok.
> I don't think I've seen these updates yet. Are you referring to the packages
> in http://archive.buildserver.net/pkg-voip/build/? If so, I'll need to take
> a closer look.

yes, they're refered to in that listing, but you may aswell just take
the above URL from the pool/...

> Fixing the ming-fonts package is on my list of things to get accomplished. I
> didn't realize that is was holding someone else up though, so I'll try to
> increase it's prioroty on my list.

well, as long as op-panel build-depends against a modern version of ming
and ming-fonts, there is clearly a demand AFAICT. ;)
Just let us know if there's anything we can help you with.

Best regards,
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