Re: fun with libgal
>>>>> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>>>>> "JU" == Junichi Uekawa <email@example.com> wrote...:
JU> Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo <firstname.lastname@example.org> cum veritate scripsit:
JU> > The problem with libgal is not only trying to follow it, and have to
JU> > recompile a new package each time a new libgal is uploaded in Debian,
JU> > but also that as libgal changes from time to time the API, I can face
JU> > one day with a libgalxx which does not match the API of my package
JU> > (what, btw, has yet happened with Ximian Setup Tools 0.6.0)
JU> Takuo, what was your opinion about not naming "gal" source package
JU> with version numbers ?
I don't want to maintain old libraries.
If it is really needed, I'll do.
But almost packages depends on gal can be rebuild with latest gal.
I think old gal is not so needed.